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Information about the Latin script may be available at Appendix:Latin script.
In various places at Wiktionary, the Latin script is represented by the codes Latn, Latinx, nv-Latn, pjt-Latn.
The Latin script is an alphabetic writing system.
- Category:Latin script appendices: Appendices about the Latin script.
- Category:Latin script characters: All characters from Latin script, and their possible variations, such as versions with diacritics and combinations recognized as single characters in any language.
- Category:Latin script languages: Languages that use the Latin script.
- Category:Latin script templates: Templates with predefined contents for the Latin script.
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