Basic Latin alphabet
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The term basic Latin alphabet may refer to:
- Latin alphabet, an evolution of the Greek alphabet from which the following were derived
- ISO basic Latin alphabet, a codified standard for a 26-letter alphabet
- Latin script, a writing system based on the letters of the classical Latin alphabet
- any Latin-derived alphabet as used to write several current and past languages as well as specialist alphabets like the IPA
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