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Che, or m, or Ce (?), is a letter of the Perso-Arabic alphabet, used to represent , and which derives from m (?) by the addition of two dots. It is found with this value in other Arabic-derived scripts. It is used in Persian, Urdu, Pashto, Kurdish, Azerbaijani, Ottoman Turkish, Malay (Jawi), and other Iranian languages.

Position in word: Isolated Final Medial Initial
Glyph form:
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In Arabic

The initial form of the Persian Che used to represent in an Israeli road sign on the road to Giv'at Shmuel.

The letter ? can be used to transcribe of Persian Gulf: Gulf Arabic and Iraqi Arabic, where they have that sound natively. In these countries and the rest of Arabic-speaking geographic regions, the combination of t-n () is more likely used to transliterate the sound which is often realized as two consonants (+) elsewhere; this letter combination is used for loanwords and foreign names, including those of Spanish origin in Moroccan Arabic. (In the case of Moroccan Arabic, the letter ? is used instead to transliterate the sound aside from ?;[] this letter derives from n (?) with an additional three dots below.)

In Egypt, this letter represents , which can be a reduction of . The pronunciation is also proposed for South Arabian minority languages, like Mehri and Soqotri.

In Israel, where official announcements are often trilingual, this letter is used as the letter g?m on roadsigns to represent , when transcribing Hebrew or foreign names of places, since Palestinian Arabic does not have a in its phonemic inventory.

Character encodings

Character information
Preview چ
Unicode name ARABIC LETTER TCHEH
Encodings decimal hex
Unicode 1670 U+0686
UTF-8 218 134 DA 86
Numeric character reference چ چ
Character information
Preview ڜ
Unicode name ARABIC LETTER SEEN WITH THREE DOTS BELOW AND THREE DOTS ABOVE
Encodings decimal hex
Unicode 1692 U+069C
UTF-8 218 156 DA 9C
Numeric character reference ڜ ڜ

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