Definitions

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  • noun A letter rendering the print digraph wh
  • noun Greek η ê (Greek Braille uses )
  • noun û
  • noun ð
  • noun A letter rendering the print trigraph sch
  • noun A letter rendering the print digraph sz
  • noun ş
  • noun š
  • noun ę
  • noun ē
  • noun ευ (eu)
  • noun sh
  • noun š / ш
  • noun ш (sh)
  • noun שׂ (s)
  • noun ح‎ (ḥ)
  • noun (ḫ)
  • noun ཤ (sha)
  • noun The onset sh
  • noun The onset ju- or the rime -éng (-íng, -óng)
  • noun The rimes er and 'empty' -i (not written in zhuyin)
  • noun The rime oe
  • noun The vowel ไ◌ ai
  • noun  (yeo)
  • noun ʃ
  • noun 5
  • phrase which

Etymologies

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Invented by Louis Braille, braille cells were arranged in numerical order and assigned to letters of the French alphabet. Most braille alphabets follow this assignment for the 26 letters of the basic Latin alphabet, or for the equivalents of those letters in a non-Latin script.

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