I with diaeresis (Cyrillic)

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The Cyrillic script
Cyrillic letter
I with diaeresis
Cyrillic letter I with Diaeresis.svg
Slavic letters
А Б В Г Ґ Д Ђ
Ѓ Е Ѐ Ё Є Ж З
Ѕ И Ѝ І Ї Й Ј
К Л Љ М Н Њ О
П Р С Т Ћ Ќ У
Ў Ф Х Ц Ч Џ Ш
Щ Ъ Ы Ь Э Ю Я
Non-Slavic letters
Ӑ Ӓ Ә Ӛ Ӕ Ғ Ҕ
Ӻ Ӷ Ԁ Ԃ Ӗ Ӂ
Җ Ӝ Ԅ Ҙ Ӟ Ԑ Ӡ
Ԇ Ӣ Ҋ Ӥ Қ Ӄ Ҡ
Ҟ Ҝ Ԟ Ԛ Ӆ Ԓ Ԡ
Ԉ Ԕ Ӎ Ӊ Ң Ӈ Ҥ
Ԣ Ԋ Ӧ Ө Ӫ Ҩ Ԥ
Ҧ Ҏ Ԗ Ҫ Ԍ Ҭ Ԏ
Ӯ Ӱ Ӳ Ү Ұ Ҳ Ӽ
Ӿ Һ Ԧ Ҵ Ҷ Ӵ Ӌ
Ҹ Ҽ Ҿ Ӹ Ҍ Ӭ
Ԙ Ԝ Ӏ
Archaic letters
Ҁ Ѻ ОУ Ѡ Ѿ Ѣ
Ѥ Ѧ Ѫ Ѩ Ѭ Ѯ
Ѱ Ѳ Ѵ Ѷ

I with diaeresis (Ӥ ӥ; italics: Ӥ ӥ) is a letter of the Cyrillic script. It is used only in the Udmurt language[1] where it represents the close front unrounded vowel /i/, and is used only after the non-palatalized dentals /d/, /z/, /l/, /n/, /s/ and /t/; the Cyrillic letter I (И и) is used otherwise.

Computing codes[edit]

Character Ӥ ӥ
Unicode name CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER
I WITH DIAERESIS[2]
CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER
I WITH DIAERESIS[2]
Encodings decimal hex decimal hex
Unicode 1252 U+04E4 1253 U+04E5
UTF-8 211 164 D3 A4 211 165 D3 A5
Numeric character reference Ӥ Ӥ ӥ ӥ

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Katzner, Kenneth (2002) [First published 1977]. The Languages of the World. New York, New York: Routledge. p. 134. ISBN 0415250048. 
  2. ^ a b "Cyrillic". The Unicode Consortium. Unicode, Inc. 2013. Retrieved 28 January 2014.