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Ortografía[editar]

Alfabeto latino[editar]

Majuscule Forms (also called uppercase or capital letters)
A B CH D F G Ĝ X H I K L M N O Q R S T U V W Y Z
Minuscule Forms (also called lowercase or small letters)
a b ch d f g ĝ x h i k l m n o q r s t u v w y z

Alfabeto cirílico[editar]

The historic Aleut (Cyrillic) alphabet used the standard pre-1918 Russian orthography as its basis, although a number of Russian letters were used only in loanwords. In addition, the extended Cyrillic letters: г̑ (г with inverted breve), ҟ, ҥ, ў, х̑ (х with inverted breve) were used to represent distinctly Aleut sounds.[1] [2] [3]

A total of 24 letters were used to represent distinctly Aleut words, comprising: 6 vowels (а, и, й, у, ю, я), 2 reduced vowels (ъ, ь) and 16 consonants (г, г̑, д, з, к, ҟ, л, м, н, ҥ, с, т, ў, х, х̑, ч). The letter ҟ has been used in modern Aleut Cyrillic publications to denote the letter ԟ (Aleut Ka) traditionally used to mark the voiceless uvular plosive /q/.

Majuscule Forms (also called uppercase or capital letters)
А Б* В* Г Г̑ Д Е* Ж* З И І* Й К Ҟ Л М Н Ҥ О* П* Р* С Т У Ў Ф* Х Х̑ Ц* Ч Ш* Щ* Ъ Ы* Ь Э* Ю Я Ѳ* Ѵ*
Minuscule Forms (also called lowercase or small letters)
а б* в* г г̑ д е* ж* з и і* й к ҟ л м н ҥ о* п* р* с т у ў ф* х х̑ ц* ч ш* щ* ъ ы* ь э* ю я ѳ* ѵ*
* denotes letters typically used in loanwords

† only found in Atkan Aleut

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