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Ġ in the Chechen Latin alphabet is an analog of Cyrillic гI.
Ġ is used in some dialects of Inupiat to represent the uvular fricative /ʁ/.
⟨Ġ⟩ is sometimes used in scholarly representation of Old English to represent [j] or [dʒ], to distinguish it from [ɡ], which is otherwise spelled identically. The digraph ⟨cg⟩ was also used to represent [dʒ].
|LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G WITH DOT ABOVE
LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G + COMBINING DOT ABOVE
|LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH DOT ABOVE
LATIN SMALL LETTER G + COMBINING DOT ABOVE