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A tilde ogonek
Ą̃ ą̃
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Language of originLithuanian
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Ą̃ (small: ą̃), called A tilde ogonek, is a Latin lettre used in the writing of Lithuanian.[1] It consists of the letter A diacriticised with a tilde and a ogonek.

Usage[edit | edit source]

In Lithuanian, the A ogonek ⟨Ą, ą⟩ can be combined with a tilde to indicate a tonic syllable: ⟨Ą̃, ą̃⟩.[2]

Computer representations[edit | edit source]

The A tilde ogonek can be represented by the following Unicode characters:

Forms Representations Channels
of characters
Code points Descriptions
Capital Template:UniDecomp Template:UniCarTemplate:UniCarComb U+0104
U+0303
Capital Latin letter with ogonek
Diacritic tilde
Small Template:UniDécomp Template:UniCarTemplate:UniCarComb U+0105
U+0303
Small Latin letter with ogonek
Diacritic tilde
Forms Representations Channels
of characters
Code points Descriptions
Capital Template:UniDecomp Template:UniCarTemplate:UniCarCombTemplate:UniCarComb U+0041
U+0328
U+0303
Capital Latin letter a
Diacritic ogonek
Diacritic tilde
Small Template:UniDecomp Template:UniCarTemplate:UniCarCombTemplate:UniCarComb U+0061
U+0328
U+0303
Small Latin letter a
Diacritic ogonek
Diacritic tilde

Notes and references[edit | edit source]

  1. http://unicode.org/L2/L2001/01190R.html
  2. Lithuanian Standards Board, 2001

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

  • Lithuanian Standards Board, Proposal to add Lithuanian accented letters to the UCS, 5 December 2011. (copie online)

See also[edit | edit source]


Others articles of the Topic Writing : Style guide, Writing, Portal:Language
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