|Unicode name||LATIN CAPITAL LETTER I WITH CIRCUMFLEX|
|Unicode block||Latin-1 Supplement|
- (Latin script): Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Sſs Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz
- (Variations of letter I): Íí Ìì Ĭĭ Îî Ǐǐ Ïï Ḯḯ Ĩĩ Įį Īī Ỉỉ Ȉȉ Ȋȋ Ịị Ḭḭ Ɨɨɨ̆ ᵻ ᶖ İi Iı ɪ Ｉｉ ﬁ ﬃ IJij Ĳĳ
- (Letters using circumflex accent): Ââ Ấấ Ầầ Ẫẫ Ẩẩ Ậậ Ĉĉ Ḓḓ Êê Ḙḙ Ếế Ĝĝ Ĥĥ Îî Ĵĵ Ôô Ồồ Ŝŝ Ûû Ŵŵ Ŷŷ Ẑẑ
Î (capital, lowercase î)
- The twelfth letter of the Romanian alphabet representing the phoneme /ɨ/. Preceded by I and followed by J.
Î is used at the beginnings and ends of words, while Â (which has the same pronunciation) is used only within words. (As such, in its capital form, the letter Â is only seen within words that are completely capitalized, e.g. ROMÂNIA). Î is still used when forming negative past participles and gerunds (e.g. neînţeles, not neânţeles, although the latter can be found in some sources)