Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Eth, Yogh, Theta, Beta, Chi, N, AE, O,,, O, D with stroke, Tie, Esh,, Ezh, Bilabial clicks, Eng,, Glottal stop,,, Double grave accent,,,,,,, Latin epsilon,, Heng, Open O,, P with stroke, A, B with stroke, Insular G, H with stroke, K with stroke, C with stroke, Latin alpha, Barred lambda, Latin gamma, Z with swash tail,, QP digraph, D with hook and tail,, R with tail, Ezh with caron,,, DB digraph, G with hook, African D, M with hook,,,, Stretched C, Turned v,,, S with swash tail, Turned h with fishhook,,, V with curl, Q with stroke,, Q with hook, J-caron, Modifier letter left half ring,, Modifier letter right half ring. Excerpt: N (lower case n, International Phonetic Alphabet: / e e/ "enye") is a letter of the modern Latin alphabet, formed by an N with a diacritical tilde. It is used in the Spanish alphabet, Galician alphabet, Asturian alphabet, Basque alphabet, Aragonese old alphabet (Grafia de Uesca de 1987), Filipino alphabet, Chamorro alphabet and the Guarani alphabet, where it represents . It is also used in the Crimean Tatar language. In English, it is sometimes called the Spanish N. This also appears in Chamorro, Mandinka, Mapudungun, and Tocharian languages Unlike many other alphabets that use diacritic marks (such as u in Asturian, Leonese, Spanish, and Galician), N is considered by these languages a letter in its own right, with its own name (ene, pronounced "enye") and its own place in the alphabet (after N). From this point of view, its alphabetical independence is similar to the English W (historically, W and N come from a doubled V and a doubled N, respectively). Historically, "n" arose as a ligature of "nn" the tilde was shorthand for the second "n," written over the first. For example, the Spanish word ano (year) is derived from Latin ANNVS. Other ..
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