Extended Latin Alphabet

The Latin alphabet is now being used by over a hundred languages, many of which have found it necessary to add characters to it.
Below are the characters most relevant to Germanic languages such as English. Give the English name of each character.
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Last updated: August 24, 2012
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Basic
Name
A a
a
B b
bee
C c
cee
D d
dee
E e
e
F f
ef
G g
gee
H h
aitch
I i
i
J j
jay
K k
kay
L l
ell
M m
em
Basic
Name
N n
en
O o
o
P p
pee
Q q
cue
R ꝛ r
ar
S ſ s
ess
T t
tee
U u
u
V v
vee
W w
double-u
X x
ex
Y y
wye
Z z
zed
Diacritic
Name
Example
¸
cedilla
façade
`
grave accent
learnèd
´
acute accent
café
ˆ
circumflex
rôle
˜
tilde
jalapeño
¨
diaeresis
naïve
¨
umlaut
über
Phonetic
Name
Example
Ə ə
schwa
/əntɩl/ (until)
Ŋ ŋ
engma
/sɩŋ/ (sing)
Ʃ ʃ
esh
/ʃɛd/ (shed)
Ʒ ʒ
ezh
/vɩʒən/ (vision)
Ɂ ɂ
glottal stop
/həwaɩʔiː/ (Hawaiʻi)
Old English
Name
Example
Æ æ
ash
æsthetic
Ð ð
eth
oðer (other)
Ȝ ȝ
yogh
niȝt (night)
Œ œ
ethel
subpœna
Þ þ
thorn
broþ (broth)
Ƿ ƿ
wynn
ƿisdom (wisdom)
 
 
 
Gothic
Name
Example
Ƕ ƕ
hwair
ƕan (when)
ẞ ß
Eszett
Kuß (kiss)
 
 
 
Logogram
Name
Example
&
ampersand
Smith & Wesson
Greek
Name
Ɑ ɑ
alpha
delta
Ɛ ɛ
epsilon
Ɣ ɣ
gamma
Ɩ ɩ
iota
ɸ
phi
Ʊ ʊ
upsilon
 
 
Transform
Name
Å å
a with ring
Ø ø
slashed o
Ɔ ɔ
open o
Ʌ ʌ
turned v
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Level ∞
Aug 24, 2012
Interesting quiz!
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Level 67
Oct 17, 2012
Now more!
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Level 37
Mar 2, 2013
You could be a bit forgiving with the names of H and Q. I tried aytch, eych, etch, aych, and kyoo, qyoo, qyu, kyu, but not aitch and cue.
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Level 44
Aug 30, 2019
Yes please.
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Level 55
Jan 28, 2014
Do I spy a fellow linguist?
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Level 49
Jan 28, 2014
I dabble.
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Level 55
May 3, 2014
I just love obscure knowledge!
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Level 63
Apr 17, 2016
Glottis for glottal stop.
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Level 65
Mar 13, 2019
Glottis is the name for a part of the larynx.
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Level 43
Aug 1, 2016
tried que, queue, kew, kyu, ku, etc... pls be more lenient!