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It has also been used in Czech (and Slovak) orthographies until the middle of the 19th century to represent the consonant /ɡ/, whereas "g" stood for /j/.
|Unicode name||LATIN CAPITAL LETTER G WITH CARON||LATIN SMALL LETTER G WITH CARON|
|UTF-8||199 166||C7 A6||199 167||C7 A7|
|Numeric character reference||Ǧ||Ǧ||ǧ||ǧ|
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