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Turkish alphabet

The current Turkish alphabet used for the Turkish language was created by borrowing different Latin characters in 1928.


A, B, C, , D, E, F, G, Ğ[?], H, I, İ[?], J, K, L, M, N, O, , P, R, S, Ş[?], T, U, , V, Y, Z

Note that dotted and undotted I are quite separate letters, each with its own uppercase and lowercase form.

See also: Wikipedia:Turkish characters (info on usage in Wikipedia).

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