Talk:Ukrainian Ye

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Can this ever be more than a stub!!!!????? Peter Shearan 16:54, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

Well, it has a history (it's derived from an Old Cyrillic letter, which in turn is derived from somewhere else), it probably has a few typographic and handwritten variant forms, it takes part in at least one ligature, in the Ukraine it's probably used as an abbreviation for things, it has at least 6 different systems of being transliterated into the Latin alphabet, it would have various representations in other communication systems (braille, morse code, etc), it probably has numerological significance... I don't actually know the details of these things, but someone who did could write an article. --Ptcamn 18:05, 22 July 2006 (UTC)