į U+012F, į
LATIN SMALL LETTER I WITH OGONEK
Composition:i [U+0069] + ◌̨ [U+0328]
Į
[U+012E]
Latin Extended-A İ
[U+0130]

TranslingualEdit

LetterEdit

į (upper case Į)

  1. The letter i with an ogonek.

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LithuanianEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

LetterEdit

į (upper case Į)

  1. The fourteenth letter of the Lithuanian alphabet, called i nosinė and written in the Latin script.

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Etymology 2Edit

From Proto-Balto-Slavic *in, *en-; compare Old Prussian en (in, into), Proto-Slavic *vъ(n) (in, into). From Proto-Indo-European *h₁én, *h₁n̥; compare Ancient Greek ἐν (en), Latin in, Proto-Germanic *in. The discrepancy between the u-vocalism seen in Slavic and the i-vocalism in Baltic is unclear, but both forms can be derived from the zero-grade. Latvian ìe- displays a full-grade and is confined to nominal compounds. Compare Lithuanian príe- / pri-, núo- / nu- and / pa-.

PrepositionEdit

į̃ (with accusative)

  1. to, into, toward (in the direction of, and arriving at)
    Sùk į̃ dẽšinę ir̃ matýsi màno nãmą.Turn to the right and you'll see my house.
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NavajoEdit

LetterEdit

į (uppercase Į)

  1. The letter i with a hook:
    į = /ɪ̃˨/
    į́ = /ɪ̃˥/
    įį = /ĩː˨˨/
    į́į = /ĩː˥˨/
    įį́ = /ĩː˨˥/
    į́į́ = /ĩː˥˥/

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