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This article uses this as a base of comparison for the variations of the Latin alphabet. The alphabet as defined in the language is color-coded in a chart, with additional notes and a list variant letters that are commonly used in the language. These do not include characters used in loanwords. This article is by no means comprehensive; it merely serves to compare a number of common variations of the Latin alphabet.
The digraphIJ is only sometimes considered a separate letter. It usually represents the diphthong [ɛi]. Although Unicode codes for an upper and lower case character (Ĳ and ĳ), its use as a single character is not encouraged.
In the Hawaiian alphabet, vowels are ordered before consonants. The order of the consonants is consistent with standard, Latin alphabetical order.
The ʻokina (ʻ) is a letter indicating a glottal stop. It is ordered at the end of the alphabet.
Although most, common consonants in the basic Latin alphabet are not in the Hawaiian alphabet, when they are used in loanwords, they are ordered after the ʻokina, i.e. a dictionary would be sorted: ...P, W, ʻ, B, C, D, F...
Since 1994, the letters CH and LL have not been collated as separate letters, but are still considered separate letters. So whereas CH was once alphabetized between C and D, it is now alphabetized between the sequences Cg and Ci.
The digraphs CH, DD, FF, NG, LL, PH, RH, and TH are single letters in Welsh. Therefore, the town of Llanelli in Wales is considered to have only six letters (LL occurs twice). The letters are collated as separate letters, so a dictionary would be in the order: ...C, CH, D, DD, E, F, FF, G, NG, H...
^Huaʻōlelo, Kōmike, et al. Māmaka Kaiao. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2003.
^"No obstante, en el X Congreso de la Asociación de Academias de la Lengua Española, celebrado en 1994, se acordó adoptar para los diccionarios académicos, a petición de varios organismos internacionales, el orden alfabético latino universal, en el que la ch y la ll no se consideran letras independientes. En consecuencia, estas dos letras pasan a alfabetizarse en los lugares que les corresponden dentro de la C (entre -cg- y -ci-) y dentro de la L (entre -lk- y -lm-), respectivamente."Real Academia Española. Explanation at http://www.spanishpronto.com/ (in Spanish and English)
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