ñ

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ñ U+00F1, ñ
LATIN SMALL LETTER N WITH TILDE
Composition: n [U+006E] + ◌̃ [U+0303]
ð
[U+00F0]
Latin-1 Supplement ò
[U+00F2]

Translingual

Letter

ñ (upper case Ñ)

  1. The letter n with a tilde.

See also


Crimean Tatar

Letter

ñ (upper case Ñ)

  1. The eighteenth letter of the Crimean Tatar alphabet, written in the Latin script.

See also


Latin

Abbreviation

ñ

  1. Alternative form of Abbreviation of nōn.
    • 1835, Rotuli Curiae Regis, &c, page 20:
      Rađ Nepos dix̃ qᵭ [teñ trā ||illā] ñ vult iñ respōđe sñ . . .
    • 1889, The Great Roll of the Pipe for the thirteenth year of the reign of King Henry the Second, Buchingehāscr̃ et Bedefordscr̃ :
      .VIII. ᵭ. ñ sunt de firma Comitat9.

Portuguese

Adverb

ñ (not comparable)

  1. Shorthand for não.

Spanish

Etymology

From a doubled letter N in Spanish words of Latin origin. In cursive writing, the n on top developed into the tilde.

Pronunciation

Letter

ñ (lower case, upper case Ñ)

  1. The fifteenth letter of the Spanish alphabet, written in the Latin script.