Faggin-Nazzi alphabet

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The Faggin-Nazzi alphabet is an orthographic system proposed to write the Friulian language, named after its creators, Gianni Nazzi and Giorgio Faggin. It was created before the orthography which is today standard for Friulian, that was developed by Catalan linguist Xavier Lamuela. Today Faggin-Nazzi is used rarely, also because it uses letters typical of Slavic languages, such as č, which are unfamiliar for most Furlans due to dissimilarity from the Italian alphabet. The alphabet consists of the following letters: A, B, C, Č, D, E, F, G, Ğ, H, I, J, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, Š, T, U, V, Z.

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