See also: u and U
û U+00FB, û
LATIN SMALL LETTER U WITH CIRCUMFLEX
Composition:u [U+0075] + ◌̂ [U+0302]
ú
[U+00FA]
Latin-1 Supplement ü
[U+00FC]

English

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Symbol

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û

  1. (lexicography, dated) An orthographic ⟨u⟩ with a diacritic that marks it as being the GOOSE vowel, as in the word "rude".
  2. (lexicography) An element of the digraph ûr, a dictionary transcription for the NURSE vowel
    Synonyms: ʉ, ė + r

Khalaj

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Perso-Arabic او

Etymology

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From Proto-Turkic (sleep).

Pronunciation

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  • (Xaltâbâdî) IPA(key): [uː]
  • (Xarrâbî) IPA(key): [uː], [u̞ː]

Noun

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û (definite accusative ûñ, plural ûlar)

  1. sleep

Declension

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References

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Masurian

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Etymology

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Inherited from Old Polish u.

Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): [ˈwu]
  • Syllabification: û

Preposition

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û

  1. denotes near position; by, at [+genitive]

Northern Kurdish

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Pronunciation

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Conjunction

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Central Kurdish وە (we)
Southern Kurdish وە (we)

û

  1. and

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Turkish

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Pronunciation

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Letter

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û (lower case, upper case Û)

  1. The letter of the Turkish alphabet, called û and written in the Latin script.

Usage notes

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Not specified in the alphabet, but used officially to mark the elongated u vowel in Persian and Arabic loanwords.

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Walloon

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Pronunciation

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Letter

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û (upper case Û)

  1. A letter of the Walloon alphabet, written in the Latin script..

Welsh

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Pronunciation

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Letter

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û (upper case Û)

  1. The letter U, marked for its long stressed pronunciation, either in a monosyllabic word or in the final syllable of a polysyllabic word.