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|Unicode name||LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH ACUTE|
See also: Appendix:Variations of "n"
ń (uppercase Ń)
- The letter n with a tone mark. It is exactly equivalent to the high-tone syllable [ní], and may be pronounced either as a high-tone syllabic [n] or as [ní]; it may be written either as [ń] or as [ní]. It is probably more common to see the spelling with [ní] because it is easier to enter, but more often than not the pronunciation will be the high-tone syllabic [n]. It is a separate morpheme in Navajo but it does not have a separate place in the Navajo alphabet.
- Navajo alphabet
- (Latin script): Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz
- (Variations of letter N): Ńń Ǹǹ Ňň Ññ Ṅṅ Ņņ Ṇṇ Ṋṋ Ṉṉ N̈n̈ Ɲɲ Ƞƞ ᵰ ᶇ ɳ ȵ ɴ Ｎｎ Ŋŋ NJNjnj Ǌǋǌ
- (Letters using acute accent or double acute accent): Áá Ắắ Ấấ Ǻǻ Ćć Ḉḉ Éé Ếế Ǵǵ Íí Ḯḯ Ḱḱ Ĺĺ Ḿḿ Ńń Óó Őő Ớớ Ṍṍ Ǿǿ Ṕṕ Ŕŕ Śś Úú Űű Ứứ Ẃẃ Ýý Źź Ǽǽ