UTF-8 (196, 129) ā
|name: LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH MACRON|
|old name: |
|Adobe glyph name: amacron|
|mnemonic name(s): <a->|
|category: Ll (Letter, Lowercase)|
|decomposition info: 0061 0304|
|found in charsets: 8859-10 (E0); 8859-13 (E2); 8859-4 (E0); CP1257 (E2); CP775 (83);|
|found in languages: hawa [Hawaiian]; livo [Livonian]; lv [Latvian]; mars [Marshallese]; mi [Maori];|
|used in romanization of: am_r [Amharic (ethiopic)]; ar_r [Arabic (perso-arabic)]; as_r [Assamese (assamese)]; bn_r [Bengali (bengali)]; fa_r [Persian (perso-arabic)]; gu_r [Gujarati]; hi_r [Hindi (devanagari)]; kn_r [Kannada]; ml_r [Malayalam]; or_r [Oriya]; pa_r [Punjabi]; ps_r [Pashto (perso-arabic)]; ta_r [Tamil (tamil)]; te_r [Telugu]; ur_r [Urdu (perso-arabic)]; zh_r [Chinese (sino-japanese)];|
Most languages also have at least some loanwords containing characters
not listed in the query results. While these characters clearly do not
belong under the 'required' category, one can argue about their
'importantness'. So far, only Norwegian has comments of this kind.
Standard disclaimer applies -- the glyph presented here is by no means
normative. U0101 is the Unicode value (= 101 hexadecimal).
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Enclosing <angle brackets> are not part of the name.
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Category, combining, decomposition info, comment, upper/lowercase
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Decomposition info is shown only if present. In this example, LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH MACRON can be decomposed into 0061 (LATIN SMALL LETTER A) and 0304 (COMBINING MACRON). Note that some parts may be decomposed further and the full decomposition requires a recursive algorithm.
In addition to the Unicode comment field some characters may be provided with an additional "note"-field.
The upper case equivalent for the LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH MACRON is 0100 (LATIN SMALL LETTER A WITH MACRON). A few exceptions to the common upper-lowercase behaviour of the Latin and Cyrillic scripts are
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