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Latin Extended A picks up where Latin-1 left off. 128 augmented Latin characters including that funny little s that looks like an f in pre-19th Century typography.

Most languages supported by this block also require the use of characters in Basic Latin and Latin-1 Supplement. When combined with these, Latin Extended-A supports Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Esperanto, Estonian, French, Frisian, Greenalndic, Hungarian, Latin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Provençal, Rhaeto-Romantic, Romanian, Romany, Sami, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian, Turkish, Welsh and many others.


Unicode's Latin Extended A code block reserves the 128 code points from U+0100 to U+017F, of which all 128 are currently assigned.

Latin-1 Supplement <-- Latin Extended A --> Latin Extended B

All the characters in this code block were added in Unicode 1.1

Number of characters in each General Category :

Letter, Uppercase  Lu : 63
Letter, Lowercase  Ll : 65

All the characters in this code block are in bidirectional category Left To Right L

The columns below should be interpreted as :

  1. The Unicode code for the character
  2. The character in question
  3. The Unicode name for the character
  4. The Unicode General Category for the character

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Latin Extended A

     European Latin

U+0100   Ā   Latin capital letter A with macron Lu
sgml &Amacr;
U+0101   ā   Latin small letter A with macron Ll
sgml &amacr;
* Latvian, Latin, ...
U+0102   Ă   Latin capital letter A with breve Lu
sgml &Abreve;
U+0103   ă   Latin small letter A with breve Ll
sgml &abreve;
* Romanian, Vietnamese, Latin, ...
U+0104   Ą   Latin capital letter A with ogonek Lu
sgml &Aogon;
U+0105   ą   Latin small letter A with ogonek Ll
sgml &aogon;
* Polish, Lithuanian, ...
U+0106   Ć   Latin capital letter C with acute Lu
sgml &Cacute;
U+0107   ć   Latin small letter C with acute Ll
sgml &cacute;
* Polish, Croatian, ...
ref U+045B   ћ   Cyrillic small letter tshe (Cyrillic)
U+0108   Ĉ   Latin capital letter C with circumflex Lu
sgml &Ccirc;
U+0109   ĉ   Latin small letter C with circumflex Ll
sgml &ccirc;
* Esperanto
U+010A   Ċ   Latin capital letter C with dot above Lu
sgml &Cdot;
U+010B   ċ   Latin small letter C with dot above Ll
sgml &cdot;
* Maltese, Irish Gaelic (old orthography)
U+010C   Č   Latin capital letter C with caron Lu
sgml &Ccaron;
U+010D   č   Latin small letter C with caron Ll
sgml &ccaron;
* Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, and many other languages
U+010E   Ď   Latin capital letter D with caron Lu
sgml &Dcaron;
* the form using caron/hacek is preferred in all contexts
U+010F   ď   Latin small letter D with caron Ll
sgml &dcaron;
* Czech, Slovak
* the form using apostrophe is preferred in typesetting
U+0110   Đ   Latin capital letter D with stroke Lu
sgml &Dstrok;
ref U+00D0   Ð   Latin capital letter eth (Latin-1 Supplement)
ref U+0111   đ   Latin small letter D with stroke (Latin Extended A)
ref U+0189   Ɖ   Latin capital letter african d (Latin Extended B)
U+0111   đ   Latin small letter D with stroke Ll
sgml &dstrok;
* Croatian, Vietnamese, Sami
* an alternate glyph with the stroke through the bowl is used in Americanist orthographies
ref U+0110   Đ   Latin capital letter D with stroke (Latin Extended A)
ref U+0452   ђ   Cyrillic small letter dje (Cyrillic)
U+0112   Ē   Latin capital letter E with macron Lu
sgml &Emacr;
U+0113   ē   Latin small letter E with macron Ll
sgml &emacr;
* Latvian, Latin, ...
U+0114   Ĕ   Latin capital letter E with breve Lu
U+0115   ĕ   Latin small letter E with breve Ll
* Malay, Latin, ...
U+0116   Ė   Latin capital letter E with dot above Lu
sgml &Edot;
U+0117   ė   Latin small letter E with dot above Ll
sgml &edot;
* Lithuanian
U+0118   Ę   Latin capital letter E with ogonek Lu
sgml &Eogon;
U+0119   ę   Latin small letter E with ogonek Ll
sgml &eogon;
* Polish, Lithuanian, ...
U+011A   Ě   Latin capital letter E with caron Lu
sgml &Ecaron;
U+011B   ě   Latin small letter E with caron Ll
sgml &ecaron;
* Czech, ...
U+011C   Ĝ   Latin capital letter G with circumflex Lu
sgml &Gcirc;
U+011D   ĝ   Latin small letter G with circumflex Ll
sgml &gcirc;
* Esperanto
U+011E   Ğ   Latin capital letter G with breve Lu
sgml &Gbreve;
U+011F   ğ   Latin small letter G with breve Ll
sgml &gbreve;
* Turkish, Azerbaijani
ref U+01E7   ǧ   Latin small letter G with caron (Latin Extended B)
U+0120   Ġ   Latin capital letter G with dot above Lu
sgml &Gdot;
U+0121   ġ   Latin small letter G with dot above Ll
sgml &gdot;
* Maltese, Irish Gaelic (old orthography)
U+0122   Ģ   Latin capital letter G with cedilla Lu
sgml &Gcedil;
U+0123   ģ   Latin small letter G with cedilla Ll
sgml &gcedil;
* Latvian
* there are three major glyph variants
U+0124   Ĥ   Latin capital letter H with circumflex Lu
sgml &Hcirc;
U+0125   ĥ   Latin small letter H with circumflex Ll
sgml &hcirc;
* Esperanto
U+0126   Ħ   Latin capital letter H with stroke Lu
sgml &Hstrok;
U+0127   ħ   Latin small letter H with stroke Ll
sgml &hstrok;
* Maltese, IPA, ...
ref U+045B   ћ   Cyrillic small letter tshe (Cyrillic)
ref U+210F   ℏ   planck constant over two pi (Letterlike Symbols)
U+0128   Ĩ   Latin capital letter I with tilde Lu
sgml &Itilde;
U+0129   ĩ   Latin small letter I with tilde Ll
sgml &itilde;
* Greenlandic (old orthography)
U+012A   Ī   Latin capital letter I with macron Lu
sgml &Imacr;
U+012B   ī   Latin small letter I with macron Ll
sgml &imacr;
* Latvian, Latin, ...
U+012C   Ĭ   Latin capital letter I with breve Lu
U+012D   ĭ   Latin small letter I with breve Ll
* Latin, ...
U+012E   Į   Latin capital letter I with ogonek Lu
sgml &Iogon;
U+012F   į   Latin small letter I with ogonek Ll
sgml &iogon;
* Lithuanian, ...
U+0130   İ   Latin capital letter I with dot above Lu
sgml &Idot;
aka i dot
* Turkish, Azerbaijani
* lowercase is 0069
ref U+0049   I   Latin capital letter I (Basic Latin)
U+0131   ı   Latin small letter dotless i Ll
sgml &imath; &inodot;
* Turkish, Azerbaijani
* uppercase is 0049
ref U+0069   i   Latin small letter I (Basic Latin)
U+0132   IJ   Latin capital ligature ij Lu
sgml &IJlig;
U+0133   ij   Latin small ligature ij Ll
sgml &ijlig;
* Dutch
U+0134   Ĵ   Latin capital letter J with circumflex Lu
sgml &Jcirc;
U+0135   ĵ   Latin small letter J with circumflex Ll
sgml &jcirc;
* Esperanto
U+0136   Ķ   Latin capital letter K with cedilla Lu
sgml &Kcedil;
U+0137   ķ   Latin small letter K with cedilla Ll
sgml &kcedil;
* Latvian
U+0138   ĸ   Latin small letter kra Ll
sgml &kgreen;
* Greenlandic (old orthography)
U+0139   Ĺ   Latin capital letter L with acute Lu
sgml &Lacute;
U+013A   ĺ   Latin small letter L with acute Ll
sgml &lacute;
* Slovak
U+013B   Ļ   Latin capital letter L with cedilla Lu
sgml &Lcedil;
U+013C   ļ   Latin small letter L with cedilla Ll
sgml &lcedil;
* Latvian
U+013D   Ľ   Latin capital letter L with caron Lu
sgml &Lcaron;
* the form using apostrophe is preferred in typesetting
U+013E   ľ   Latin small letter L with caron Ll
sgml &lcaron;
* Slovak
* the form using apostrophe is preferred in typesetting
U+013F   Ŀ   Latin capital letter L with middle dot Lu
sgml &Lmidot;
* some fonts show the middle dot inside the L, but the preferred form has the dot following the L
U+0140   ŀ   Latin small letter L with middle dot Ll
sgml &lmidot;
* Catalan legacy compatibility character for ISO 6937
* preferred representation for Catalan: 006C 00B7
U+0141   Ł   Latin capital letter L with stroke Lu
sgml &Lstrok;
ref U+023D   Ƚ   Latin capital letter L with bar (Latin Extended B)
U+0142   ł   Latin small letter L with stroke Ll
sgml &lstrok;
* Polish, ...
ref U+019A   ƚ   Latin small letter L with bar (Latin Extended B)
U+0143   Ń   Latin capital letter N with acute Lu
sgml &Nacute;
U+0144   ń   Latin small letter N with acute Ll
sgml &nacute;
* Polish, ...
U+0145   Ņ   Latin capital letter N with cedilla Lu
sgml &Ncedil;
U+0146   ņ   Latin small letter N with cedilla Ll
sgml &ncedil;
* Latvian
U+0147   Ň   Latin capital letter N with caron Lu
sgml &Ncaron;
U+0148   ň   Latin small letter N with caron Ll
sgml &ncaron;
* Czech, Slovak
U+0149   ʼn   Latin small letter N preceded by apostrophe Ll
sgml &napos;
aka Latin small letter apostrophe n (1.0)
* Afrikaans
* legacy compatibility character for ISO/IEC 6937
* uppercase is 02BC 004E
U+014A   Ŋ   Latin capital letter eng Lu
sgml &ENG;
* glyph may also have appearance of large form of the small letter
U+014B   ŋ   Latin small letter eng Ll
sgml &eng;
aka engma, angma
* Sami, Mende, IPA, ...
U+014C   Ō   Latin capital letter O with macron Lu
sgml &Omacr;
U+014D   ō   Latin small letter O with macron Ll
sgml &omacr;
* Latvian, Latin, ...
U+014E   Ŏ   Latin capital letter O with breve Lu
U+014F   ŏ   Latin small letter O with breve Ll
* Latin
U+0150   Ő   Latin capital letter O with double acute Lu
sgml &Odblac;
U+0151   ő   Latin small letter O with double acute Ll
sgml &odblac;
* Hungarian
U+0152   Œ   Latin capital ligature oe Lu
html &OElig;
sgml &OElig;
U+0153   œ   Latin small ligature oe Ll
html &oelig;
sgml &oelig;
aka ethel (from old english e?el)
* French, IPA, Old Icelandic, Old English, ...
ref U+00E6   æ   Latin small letter ae (Latin-1 Supplement)
ref U+0276   ɶ   Latin letter small capital oe (IPA Extensions)
U+0154   Ŕ   Latin capital letter R with acute Lu
sgml &Racute;
U+0155   ŕ   Latin small letter R with acute Ll
sgml &racute;
* Slovak, ...
U+0156   Ŗ   Latin capital letter R with cedilla Lu
sgml &Rcedil;
U+0157   ŗ   Latin small letter R with cedilla Ll
sgml &rcedil;
* Livonian
U+0158   Ř   Latin capital letter R with caron Lu
sgml &Rcaron;
U+0159   ř   Latin small letter R with caron Ll
sgml &rcaron;
* Czech, ...
U+015A   Ś   Latin capital letter S with acute Lu
sgml &Sacute;
U+015B   ś   Latin small letter S with acute Ll
sgml &sacute;
* Polish, Indic transliteration, ...
U+015C   Ŝ   Latin capital letter S with circumflex Lu
sgml &Scirc;
U+015D   ŝ   Latin small letter S with circumflex Ll
sgml &scirc;
* Esperanto
U+015E   Ş   Latin capital letter S with cedilla Lu
sgml &Scedil;
U+015F   ş   Latin small letter S with cedilla Ll
sgml &scedil;
* Turkish, Azerbaijani, Romanian, ...
* this character is used in both Turkish and Romanian data
* a glyph variant with comma below is preferred for Romanian
ref U+0219   ș   Latin small letter S with comma below (Latin Extended B)
U+0160   Š   Latin capital letter S with caron Lu
html &Scaron;
sgml &Scaron;
U+0161   š   Latin small letter S with caron Ll
html &scaron;
sgml &scaron;
* Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Slovak, and many other languages
U+0162   Ţ   Latin capital letter T with cedilla Lu
sgml &Tcedil;
U+0163   ţ   Latin small letter T with cedilla Ll
sgml &tcedil;
* Romanian, Semitic transliteration, ...
* this character is used in Romanian data
* a glyph variant with comma below is preferred for Romanian
ref U+021B   ț   Latin small letter T with comma below (Latin Extended B)
U+0164   Ť   Latin capital letter T with caron Lu
sgml &Tcaron;
* the form using caron/hacek is preferred in all contexts
U+0165   ť   Latin small letter T with caron Ll
sgml &tcaron;
* Czech, Slovak
* the form using apostrophe is preferred in typesetting
U+0166   Ŧ   Latin capital letter T with stroke Lu
sgml &Tstrok;
U+0167   ŧ   Latin small letter T with stroke Ll
sgml &tstrok;
* Sami
U+0168   Ũ   Latin capital letter U with tilde Lu
sgml &Utilde;
U+0169   ũ   Latin small letter U with tilde Ll
sgml &utilde;
* Greenlandic (old orthography)
U+016A   Ū   Latin capital letter U with macron Lu
sgml &Umacr;
U+016B   ū   Latin small letter U with macron Ll
sgml &umacr;
* Latvian, Lithuanian, Latin, ...
U+016C   Ŭ   Latin capital letter U with breve Lu
sgml &Ubreve;
U+016D   ŭ   Latin small letter U with breve Ll
sgml &ubreve;
* Latin, Esperanto, ...
U+016E   Ů   Latin capital letter U with ring above Lu
sgml &Uring;
U+016F   ů   Latin small letter U with ring above Ll
sgml &uring;
* Czech, ...
U+0170   Ű   Latin capital letter U with double acute Lu
sgml &Udblac;
U+0171   ű   Latin small letter U with double acute Ll
sgml &udblac;
* Hungarian
U+0172   Ų   Latin capital letter U with ogonek Lu
sgml &Uogon;
U+0173   ų   Latin small letter U with ogonek Ll
sgml &uogon;
* Lithuanian
U+0174   Ŵ   Latin capital letter W with circumflex Lu
sgml &Wcirc;
U+0175   ŵ   Latin small letter W with circumflex Ll
sgml &wcirc;
* Welsh
U+0176   Ŷ   Latin capital letter Y with circumflex Lu
sgml &Ycirc;
U+0177   ŷ   Latin small letter Y with circumflex Ll
sgml &ycirc;
* Welsh
U+0178   Ÿ   Latin capital letter Y with diaeresis Lu
html &Yuml;
sgml &Yuml;
* French, Igbo
ref U+00FF   ÿ   Latin small letter Y with diaeresis (Latin-1 Supplement)
U+0179   Ź   Latin capital letter Z with acute Lu
sgml &Zacute;
U+017A   ź   Latin small letter Z with acute Ll
sgml &zacute;
* Polish, ...
U+017B   Ż   Latin capital letter Z with dot above Lu
sgml &Zdot;
U+017C   ż   Latin small letter Z with dot above Ll
sgml &zdot;
* Polish, ...
U+017D   Ž   Latin capital letter Z with caron Lu
sgml &Zcaron;
U+017E   ž   Latin small letter Z with caron Ll
sgml &zcaron;
* Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Slovak, Slovenian, and many other languages
U+017F   ſ   Latin small letter long s Ll
* in common use in Roman types until the 18th century
* in current use in Fraktur and Gaelic types

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