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See also: longi
- (phonetics) the English vowel sound /aɪ/ in the words "fine" and "like", conventionally written ⟨ī⟩.
- (palaeography, epigraphy) a tall variant of the letter i, ⟨ꟾ⟩, used in all-capital Latin inscriptions and manuscripts in classical antiquity and the Early Middle Ages for a long vowel /iː/. (Other long vowels were marked with apices.)