Coined by Sabino Arana.
Ŕ (upper case, lower case ŕ)
- (obsolete) The letter R with an acute accent.
- In Sabino Arana's orthography, it was used for the trill consonant. In the standard orthography, it has been replaced by r in syllable-final positions and by rr between vowels.
- Ṙ (obsolete)
Ŕ (lower case ŕ)
- The twenty-fourth letter of the Lower Sorbian alphabet, called ejŕ and written in the Latin script.
As the letter ⟨ŕ⟩ is never the first letter of a word, the upper case form appears only when a word is written in ALL CAPS.