Ge with descender

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Cyrillic letter
Ge with descender
Cyrillic letter Ge with descender.svg
Phonetic usage:[ɣ], [ʁ], [ɢ]
The Cyrillic script
Slavic letters
АБВГҐДЂ
ЃЕЀЁЄЖЗ
З́ЅИЍЙІЇ
ЈКЛЉМНЊ
ОŌПРСС́Т
ЋЌУӮЎФХ
ЦЧЏШЩЪЫ
ЬЭЮЯ
Non-Slavic letters
А́А̀ӐА̄А̊А̃Ӓ
Ӓ̄ӔӘӘ́Ә̃ӚВ̌
ҒГ̧Г̑Г̄Г̣Г̌Ҕ
ӺҒ̌ӶԀԂ
Д̆Д̣ԪԬД̆Ӗ
Е̄Е̃Ё̄Є̈ӁҖ
ӜԄҘӞЗ̌З̱З̣
ԐԐ̈ӠԆӢИ̃Ҋ
ӤИ́ҚӃҠҞҜ
ԞК̣ԚӅԮԒԠ
ԈԔӍӉҢԨӇ
ҤԢԊО́О̀О̆О̂
О̃ӦӦ̄ӨӨ̄Ө́Ө̆
ӪҨԤҦР̌ҎԖ
ҪС̣С̱ԌТ̌Т̣
ҬԎУ̃ӰӰ́
ӲҮҮ́ҰХ̣Х̱Х̮
Х̑ҲӼӾҺҺ̈Ԧ
ҴҶӴӋҸ
ҼҾЫ̆Ы̄
ӸҌЭ̆Э̄Э̇ӬӬ́
Ӭ̄Ю̆Ю̈Ю̈́Ю̄Я̆Я̄
Я̈ԘԜӀ
Archaic letters
ҀѺ
ОУѠѼѾ
ѢѤѦ
ѪѨѬѮ
ѰѲѴѶ

Ge with descender (Ӷ ӷ; italics: Ӷ ӷ) is a letter of the Cyrillic script formed from the Cyrillic letter Ge (Г г Г г) by adding a descender. In Unicode this letter is called "Ghe with descender".[1]

Ge with descender is used in the alphabets of the following languages (for details consult the articles on the languages):

Language Pronunciation
Abkhaz voiced velar fricative or voiced uvular fricative /ɣ ~ ʁ/
Ket voiced uvular plosive /ɢ/ or voiced uvular fricative /ʁ/[2]
Nivkh voiced uvular plosive /ɢ/[3][4]
Siberian Yupik voiced uvular plosive /ɢ/[5]

Computing codes[edit]

Character information
Preview Ӷ ӷ
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER
GHE WITH DESCENDER
CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER
GHE WITH DESCENDER
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 1270 U+04F6 1271 U+04F7
UTF-8 211 182 D3 B6 211 183 D3 B7
Numeric character reference Ӷ Ӷ ӷ ӷ

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cyrillic: Range: 0400–04FF". pp 38–43 of The Unicode Standard, Version 6.0 (2010). p. 43. http://unicode.org/charts/PDF/U0400.pdf Accessed 2011-04-23.
  2. ^ Вернер, Г. К. (1997). "Кетский язык". Языки мира. Палеоазиатские языки. Москва: Индрик.
  3. ^ Груздева, Е. Ю. (1997). "Нивхский язык". Языки мира. Палеоазиатские языки. Москва: Индрик.
  4. ^ "Nivkh (Нивхгу/Nivxgu)". Wolfram Siegel. in Omniglot: Writing systems & languages of the world. Simon Ager (ed.). http://www.omniglot.com/writing/nivkh.htm Accessed 2011-04-23.
  5. ^ Меновщиков, Г. А. (1997). "Азиатских эскимосов язык". Языки мира. Палеоазиатские языки. Москва: Индрик.