ґ

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ґ U+0491, ґ
CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER GHE WITH UPTURN
Ґ
[U+0490]
Cyrillic Ғ
[U+0492]
See also: Г, г, г., Ґ, Ғ, ғ, and Appendix:Variations of "g"

Rusyn[edit]

Letter[edit]

ґ ‎(g) ‎(uppercase Ґ) (italics: Ґ, ґ)

  1. The fifth letter of the Rusyn Cyrillic alphabet (both Lemko and Pannonian Rusyn orthography). Its name is ґе (ge /ɡɛ/) and it has the sound of /ɡ/ - voiced velar plosive. It is preceded by Г and followed by Д.

See also[edit]

  • (Cyrillic script letters) А(A) а(a), Б(B) б(b), В(V) в(v), Г(H) г(h), Ґ(G) ґ(g), Д(D) д(d), Е(E) е(e), Є(Je) є(je), Ё(Jo) ё(jo), Ж(Ž) ж(ž), З(Z) з(z), И(Y) и(y), І(I) і(i), Ы(Ŷ) ы(ŷ), Ї(Ji) ї(ji), Й(J) й(j), К(K) к(k), Л(L) л(l), М(M) м(m), Н(N) н(n), О(O) о(o), П(P) п(p), Р(R) р(r), С(S) с(s), Т(T) т(t), У(U) у(u), Ф(F) ф(f), Х(X) х(x), Ц(C) ц(c), Ч(Č) ч(č), Ш(Š) ш(š), Щ(Šč) щ(šč), Ю(Ju) ю(ju), Я(Ja) я(ja), Ь(ʹ) ь(ʹ), Ъ(ʺ) ъ(ʺ)

Ukrainian[edit]

Letter[edit]

ґ ‎(g) ‎(uppercase Ґ) (italics: Ґ, ґ)

  1. The fifth letter of the Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabet. Its name is ґе (ge /gɛ/) and it has the sound of /g/ - voiced velar plosive. It is preceded by Г and followed by Д.

See also[edit]

Usage notes[edit]

  • The letter ґ (pronounced /ɡ/) was absent from official Soviet orthographies during 1933–1990, substituting г (Ukrainian /ɦ/, Russian /ɡ/). It remained in use outside the Soviet Union.