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Ą́, lowercase ą́, is a letter used in the alphabets of Chipewyan, Lithuanian, Omaha–Ponca, Osage, Winnebago, Iñapari, and Navajo. It is the letter A with an acute accent and an ogonek.


In Lithuanian, the letter Ą can be combined with an acute accent to indicate a long syllable tone.