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ch

  1. A consonantal digraph used as a distinct letter in many languages

English

Etymology

Aphetic form of ich, utch, ultimately from Old English .

Pronoun

ch

  1. (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) I.

Czech

Letter

ch (lower case, upper case CH, mixed case Ch)

  1. The thirteenth letter of the Czech alphabet, after h and before i

Spanish

Letter

ch (lower case, upper case CH, mixed case Ch)

  1. che, the fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet, after c and before d

Usage notes

Since 1994, this letter has been treated as c followed by h for collation (sorting) purposes only. Otherwise, it is still considered a distinct letter of the Spanish alphabet.


Welsh

Letter

ch (lower case, upper case CH, mixed case Ch)

  1. èch, the fourth letter of the Welsh alphabet, after c and before d

Usage notes

Lke the other Welsh digraphs, ch is considered a distinct letter of the Welsh alphabet for all purposes, including collation. Thus, chwech is alphabetically sorted after cyllell.

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