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? (minuscule: ?) is a letter formed by putting an acute accent over the letter N. In the Belarusian ?acinka alphabet; the alphabets of Polish, Kashubian, Wymysorys and the Sorbian languages; and the romanization of Khmer, it represents ,[] which is the same as Czech and Slovak ?, Serbo-Croatian and Albanian nj, Spanish and Galician ñ, Italian and French gn, Hungarian and Catalan ny, and Portuguese nh. In Yoruba, it represents a syllabic /n/ with a high tone, and it often connects a pronoun to a verb: for example, when using the pronoun for "I" with the verb for "to eat", the resulting expression is mo ? jeun.



In Polish, it appears directly after n in the alphabet, but no Polish word begins with this letter, because it may not appear before a vowel (the letter may appear only before a consonant or in the word-final position).[1] In the former case, a digraph ni is used to indicate a palatal (or rather alveolo-palatal) n. If the vowel following is i, only one i appears.


  • About this soundkwiecie?  (April)
  • ha?ba (disgrace)
  • niebo (sky, heaven)
  • jedzenie (food)
  • d?o? (hand)
  • s?o?ce (sun)

Lule Sami

In Lule Sami it represents /?/. It is used in the Yale romanisation of Cantonese when the nasal syllable // has a rising tone.


In Kazakh, it was proposed in 2018 to replace the Cyrillic ? by this Latin alphabet and represents /?/. The replace suggestion has modified to ? in 2019; and in 2021, it was suggested to replace with Ñ.

Computer use

HTML characters and Unicode code point numbers:

  • ?: Ń or Ń – U+0143
  • ?: ń or ń – U+0144

In Unicode, ? and ? are located the "Latin Extended-A" block.

See also


  1. ^ G.E., Booij; J., Rubach; Letteren, Faculteit der (1990-01-01). "Syllable structure assignment in Polish". openaccess.leidenuniv.nl. Retrieved .

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