Norfolk/Pitcairnese alphabet

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The Norfolk/Pitcairnese alphabet is a Latin alphabet. It is used to write Norfolk/Pitcairnese.

It contains 22 letters and 5 digraphs:

A AA B C D E EE F G H I II J K L M N O OO P R S T U UU W Y
a aa b c d e ee f g h i ii j k l m n o oo p r s t u uu w y

Norfolk/Pitcairnese also uses the other digraphs and 1 trigraph below.

IE SH KS (SCH)

The letter "C" (meaning "K" or "S"("Ch" meaning "Sh")) are used in foreign loan words, "Q" (Meaning "K" and pronounced kiiuuw), "V" (Meaning "W" and pronounced dobaliiuuw), "X" (Meaning "KS" and pronounced eks or iks), "Z" (Meaning "S" and pronounced sed) are not part of the Norfolk/Pitcairnese alphabet, but are used in foreign loan words.

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