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Character (en) Fassara V (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 0056

v (lowercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 0076

V (uppercase letter (en) Fassara, Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms (en) Fassara)
Unicode: FF36

v (lowercase letter (en) Fassara, Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms (en) Fassara)
Unicode: FF56

Ⓥ (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 24CB

ⓥ (lowercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 24E5

🄥 (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 1F125

⒱ (lowercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 24B1

🅥 (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 1F165

🆅 (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 1F185

🅅 (uppercase letter (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 1F145

Ⅴ (uppercase letter (en) Fassara, Number Forms (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 2164

ⅴ (uppercase letter (en) Fassara, Number Forms (en) Fassara)
Unicode: 2174
Iri Latin-script letter (en) Fassara da consonant letter (en) Fassara
Bangare na Baƙaƙen boko, English alphabet (en) Fassara, Czech alphabet (en) Fassara, Esperanto alphabet (en) Fassara, Breton alphabet (en) Fassara, Romanian alphabet (en) Fassara, Slovak alphabet (en) Fassara, Icelandic alphabet (en) Fassara, Latvian alphabet (en) Fassara, Vietnamese alphabet (en) Fassara, Turkish alphabet (en) Fassara, Italian alphabet (en) Fassara, French alphabet (en) Fassara, Finnish alphabet (en) Fassara, African reference alphabet (en) Fassara, Africa Alphabet (en) Fassara, Pan-Nigerian haruffa, Benin National Alphabet (en) Fassara, Swedish alphabet (en) Fassara da German alphabet (en) Fassara
Code (en) Fassara ...- (Morse code (en) Fassara)
Victor (NATO phonetic alphabet (en) Fassara)
V (Braille ASCII (en) Fassara)

V ko v itace harafi ta ashirin da biyu {22} a jerin haruffan rubutu na Latin, wanda ake amfani da su a yanzu wurin harshen Turanci dama wasu yaruka da yawa.[1]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Haruffan Latin na ISO
Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz
  1. "V" Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition (1989); Merriam-Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged (1993); "v," op. cit.