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Ï

For the Cyrillic letter Ї, see Yi (Cyrillic). For the homographic Greek letter, see ϊ.

Ï, lowercase ï, is a symbol used in various languages written with the Latin alphabet; it can be read as the letter I with diaeresis or I-umlaut.

In Ukrainian, Afrikaans, Catalan, Dutch, French, Galician, Welsh, Southern Sami, and occasionally English, ï is used when i follows another vowel and indicates hiatus (diaeresis) in the pronunciation of such a word—that is, it indicates that the two vowels are pronounced in separate syllables, rather than together as a diphthong or digraph. For example, French maïs (Template:IPA-fr, maize); without the diaeresis, the i is part of the digraph ai: mais (Template:IPA-fr, but). The letter is also in Dutch Oekraïne (pronounced [ukraːˈinə], Ukraine), and English naïve (/nɑːˈv/ or /nˈv/).

In scholarly writing on Turkic languages, ï is sometimes used to write the close back unrounded vowel /ɯ/, which in standard modern Turkish orthography is written as the dotless i ı.[1] The back neutral vowel reconstructed in Proto-Mongolic is sometimes written ï.[2]

In the transcription of the languages of the Amazon, ï is used to represent the high central vowel [ɨ].

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Encodings decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 207 U+00CF 239 U+00EF
UTF-8 195 143 C3 8F 195 175 C3 AF
Numeric character reference Ï Ï ï ï

See also

References

  1. ^ Marcel Erdal, A Grammar of Old Turkic, Handbook of Oriental Studies 3, ISBN 9004102949, 2004, p. 52
  2. ^ Juha Janhunen, ed., The Mongolic Languages ISBN 0415681545, p. 5


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