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An alphabet is a standardized set of letters used in writing a language.
Alphabet may also refer to:
- English alphabet, a Latin alphabet consisting of 26 letters used to write the English language
- Alphabet (computer science), a non-empty set of symbols or letters in computer science or mathematical logic
- Alphabet (film), Austrian documentation about education by Erwin Wagenhofer
- "Alphabet" (song), a 1977 song by Amanda Lear
- Alphabetical (album), a 2004 album by French alternative rock band Phoenix
- "Alphabet" (Drake song)
- The Alphabet (film), a short film by David Lynch
- Alphabet (book), a 1981 poetry collection by Inger Christensen
- The Alphabet, a book by Frederic Goudy
- "The Alphabet", a poem by Ron Silliman
- Alfabet (software), an enterprise architecture tool
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