- 1 Translingual
- 2 English
- 3 Cornish
- 4 Czech
- 5 French
- 6 Italian
- 7 Latvian
- 8 Spanish
- 9 Welsh
- This is the ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code.
- Initialism of , a British honour and postnomial abbreviation.
- Abbreviation of .
- (Canada) the Montreal Canadiens hockey club
- (US, army, aviation) Initialism of .
- (set theory) Initialism of .
- (medicine) Initialism of .
- Initialism of .
Upper case CH is usually used only in texts or parts of texts fully written in upper case. If it is the first letter of a name or of a sentence, mixed case Ch is usually used.
CH m pl
CH m (plural CHs)
- Abbreviation of . (lit. hospital center)
- Abbreviation of (Italian town in Abruzzo)
- a letter used in older, pre-World-War-II Latvian spelling, but now replaced everywhere by H (lower case h).
This letter can still be found in older books, or in books written by the Latvian diaspora prior to the fall of the Soviet Union. It used to represent the sound of IPA symbol /x/, as distinct from /h/; but since these sounds have merged as /x/ in current Latvian pronunciation, <h> (= /x/) is now used in all cases.
- Abbreviation of (Mexican state)
- che, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet