Che (Persian letter)
Czech, Persian چه, DMG CE or چيم CIM, is a letter of the Persian alphabet, but not part of the Arabic alphabet. It was added by the Persians to the posting of " sealed " Loud, is missing in the high- Arab. In the same function, the Czech was also one of the to 1928 used in the Turkish Ottoman Turkish alphabet ( see Ottoman language) and is today also in Jawi, Urdu and several other alphabets used. The Czech corresponds in its basic form, the Arabic letter Dschim, but is written with three instead of just one point. The Czech has no numeric value.
In Egyptian Arabic, the letter ج dschīm is pronounced as / g / and is called according to GIM. The volume / dsh / is in the Egyptian- Arab, however, then called چ with 3 points, as dschīm reproduced. This letter is mainly used in transcriptions of foreign languages and can be used both for affriziertes ( "d " → engl. "J " ) as well as non affriziertes (without the " d " → fran. "J " ) " dsh " position.
- Example: چيلي كولا, Jelly Cola ' ( a fruit gum with cola flavor). (Note چ with 3 points )
Czech in Unicode
Basic Alphabet: ا (Alif ) · ب ( Bā ʾ ) · ت ( Tā ʾ ) · ث (ta ʾ ) · ج ( Ǧīm ) · ح (ha ʾ ) · خ (ha ʾ ) · د ( DAL) · ذ ( DAL) · ر (ra ʾ ) · ز ( zay ) · س (sin ) · ش (sin ) · ص (SAD) · ض (DAD ) · ط (ta ʾ ) · ظ ( Za ʾ ) · ع ( ʿ Ain) · غ ( gAIN) · ف (fa ʾ ) · ق ( qaf ) · ك ( Kāf ) · ل ( Lām ) · م ( Mim ) · ن ( Nun) · ه (ha ʾ ) · و ( Waw ) · ي ( ya ʾ )
Additional sign: ء ( hamza ) · آ ( Madda ) · ة ( Tā ʾ marbuta ) · ى ( alif maqsura ) · لا ( Lām Alif )
Vowels: fatha Kasra · · · damma sukun · · Tašdīd Wasla
Extensions: پ (Pe ) · چ ( Czech ) · ژ (PA) · گ ( Gaf ) · ڭ ( NEF) · ڤ (Ve) · ۋ (Ve)
- Arabic Script