Nya (Indic)

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Nya
Devanagari Bengali Gurmukhi Gujarati Oriya
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Tamil Telugu Kannada Malayalam Sinhala
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Thai Lao Tibetan Burmese Khmer
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Baybayin Hanunoo Buhid Tagbanwa Lontara
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Balinese Sundanese Limbu Tai Le New Tai Lue
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Lepcha Saurashtra Rejang Javanese Cham
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Tai Tham Tai Viet Kayah Li Phags-pa Siddhaṃ
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Mahajani Khojki Khudabadi Syloti Meitei
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Modi Tirhuta Kaithi Sora Grantha
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Chakma Sharada Takri Kharoshthi Brahmi
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Phonemic representation: /ɲə/
IAST transliteration: ña
ISCII code point: 00 (0)

Nya is the tenth consonant of Indic abugidas. It is derived from the Brahmi letter ny.

Devanagari[edit]

Nya (, Sanskrit and Hindi: ञकार ñakāra) is the tenth consonant of the Devanagari abugida. It is pronounced [ɲə], similar to the phoneme in English canyon, /ˈkænjən/. It is very rare in Hindi, but common in Sanskrit.l

Bengali[edit]

(, [nɔ]) is a Bengali script consonant, derived from the Siddham script.

Gurmukhi[edit]

Ñaññā (, Punjabi: ਞੱਞਾ ñaññā) is a consonant of Gurmukhi. It is represented in Shahmukhi with Punjabi: ں nun gunnah or Punjabi: ن nun.

Gujarati[edit]

Ña (, Gujarati: ) is a Gujarati consonant, from the Devenagari letter without the top bar.