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Q q
(Bona Kotase)
Writing cursive forms of Q
Tiriso
Maranyane a e kwalwangMokwalo wa latin
MofutaThaka
Teme e tholegang mogo yoneSegreek
Tiriso(Tafole)
/ˈkjuː/
dicodeU+0051, U+0071
Maemo17
Segologolo
Kago
O34
V24
  • Proto-Sinaitic Qup
      • Phoenician Qoph
        • Q q
Nakoa go itsewe go fitlha gompieno
Bana • Ƣ
 • Ɋ
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 • Ԛ
BokgaitsadieΦ φ
Ф
ק
ق
ܩ


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Ֆ ֆ
Pharologanyo(Bona Kotase)
Tse dingwe
Dithaka tse gantsi e dirisiwang le tsoneq(x)

Q, kana q, ke thata ya bo lesome le boratato mo dithakeng tse di bopang diele. Gantsi le buiwa ka sekgowa jaana “cue" , bontsi ke “bocue". Le buiwa gape jaana “kew" kana “kue"[1]

Metswedi[fetola | Fetola Motswedi]

  1. "Q", Oxford English Dictionary, 2nd edition (1989).
    Merriam-Webster's Third New International Dictionary of the English Language, Unabridged (1993) lists "cue" and "kue" as current. James Joyce used "kew"; it and "que" remain in use.