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In modern dictionaries and textbooks for Latin and Old English, ȳ may be used to indicate a long "y" ([yː]). In Latin, this only occurs in loanwords. It is also used in Livonian and Cornish.
|Unicode name||LATIN CAPITAL LETTER Y WITH MACRON||LATIN SMALL LETTER Y WITH MACRON|
|UTF-8||200 178||C8 B2||200 179||C8 B3|
|Numeric character reference||Ȳ||Ȳ||ȳ||ȳ|
- U with macron (Cyrillic) (Ӯ, ӯ) - a similar looking character
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