Ƽ

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Not to be confused with insular G.

Ƽ (minuscule: ƽ) is a letter of the Latin alphabet used in the Zhuang alphabet from 1957 to 1986 to indicate its fifth tone, high-rising [˧˥]. In 1986 it was replaced by q.

It originates from an alteration of the numeral 5.

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