Y, kana y, ke thaka ya bo masome a mabedi le bothano mo dithakeng tse di bopang diele tsa teme ya latin. Le buiwa jaana “waye", bontsi ke “bowaye".[1] [2] [3]

Y
Y y
(Bona Kotase)
Writing cursive forms of Y
Tiriso
Maranyane a e kwalwangMokwalo wa latin
MofutaThaka
Teme e tholegang mogo yoneSelatin
Tiriso[y]
[ʏ]
[ɨ]
[j]
[i]
[]
[ɪ]
[ɘ]
[ə]
[ɯ]
[ɛː]
[ɥ]
[ɣ̟]
[ɛi]
[ʔ]
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У
Ў
Ұ
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ו
و
ܘ

וּ
וֹ

𐎆
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Pharologanyo(Bona Kotase)
Tse dingwe
Dithaka tse gantsi e dirisiwang le tsoney(x), ly, ny

MetswediEdit

  1. "The Truth About 'Y': It's Mostly a Vowel". Merriam-Webster. Archived from the original on 14 July 2020. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  2. Gape le buiwa yaana “why".
  3. "Y", Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition (1989); Merriam-Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged (1993); "wy", op. cit.