V with curl

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is a letter of the Latin alphabet, used in the phonetic transcription of African languages to represent a labiodental flap. Although not an approved symbol of the International Phonetic Alphabet, it had been been widely used[1] to represent this sound. In 2005, the symbol right-hook v, , was added to the IPA to represent the sound.[2]

Computer encoding[edit]

Character
Unicode name LATIN SMALL LETTER V WITH CURL
Encodings decimal hex
Unicode 11380 U+2C74
UTF-8 226 177 180 E2 B1 B4
Numeric character reference ⱴ ⱴ

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