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Translingual[edit]

From the choices Etruscan letter 𐌁 (b, “be”), from the choices Ancient Greek letter Β (B, “beta”), derived from the Phoenician letter 𐤁‎ (b, “bet”), from the Egyptian hieroglyph 𓉐.

B (decrease case b)

The letter B (commonly its decrease case shape b) is used in several romanization structures of non-Latin scripts to represent the choices bilabial plosive or stop, normally voiced (/b/).

Capital and lowercase versions of B, in normal and italic type

Uppercase and lowercase B in Fraktur

B in uncial script

Other representations of B:

English[edit]

Old English letter B, from 7th century alternative by means of Latin B of the Anglo-Saxon Futhorc letter ᛒ (B, “beorc”).

B (top case, lower case b, plural Bs or B’s)

In Modern English, the choices letter B is occasionally silent, e.g. in climb, and debt.

Apostrophes are every now and then used to form plurals of single top case letters, mainly at the choices begin of a sentence:

Usually, though, the apostrophe is avoided whilst there may be no chance of bewilderment:

B (top case, decrease case b)

See B/translations § English.

Apostrophes are now and again used to shape plurals of single upper case letters, especially at the choices start of a sentence:

Usually, even though, the apostrophe is averted when there is no chance of confusion:

See B/translations § English.

Afar[edit]

B top case (decrease case b)

Basque[edit]

B (higher case, lower case b)

Blagar[edit]

B (upper case, lower case b)

Chinese[edit]

Short for BB (bi1-four bi1, “child”).

Czech[edit]

B (top case, decrease case b)

Esperanto[edit]

B (higher case, decrease case b)

Estonian[edit]

B (upper case, decrease case b)

Finnish[edit]

B (top case, decrease case b)

German[edit]

B (higher case, decrease case b)

B n (genitive B, no plural)

Hungarian[edit]

B (upper case, lower case b)

Ido[edit]

B (decrease case b)

Indonesian[edit]

B (higher case, lower case b)

Italian[edit]

B m or f (lower case b)

Latvian[edit]

Proposed in 1908 as part of the new Latvian spelling with the aid of the scientific commission headed by way of K. Mīlenbahs, which become commonplace and began to be trained in colleges in 1909. Prior to that, Latvian had been written in German Fraktur, and sporadically in Cyrillic.

B (higher case, lower case b)

Malay[edit]

B (upper case, decrease case b)

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

From Latin B, from Etruscan 𐌁 (b, “be”), from Ancient Greek Β (B, “beta”), from the choices Phoenician 𐤁‎ (b, “guess”), from Proto-Canaanite , from Proto-Sinaitic , from Egyptian 𓉐, representing the choices plan of a residence.

B (lower case b)

B m (definite singular B-en, indefinite plural B-er, particular plural B-ene)

Polish[edit]

B (upper case, decrease case b)

Portuguese[edit]

B (upper case, decrease case b)

Romanian[edit]

B (upper case, decrease case b)

Saanich[edit]

B (decrease case b)

Slovene[edit]

B (higher case, decrease case b)

Somali[edit]

B higher case (decrease case b)

The second letter of the Somali alphabet, which follows the Arabic abjad order. It is preceded through ‘ and observed through T.

Spanish[edit]

B (top case, lower case b)

Turkish[edit]

B (top case, lower case b)

Vietnamese[edit]

B (decrease case b)

Welsh[edit]

B (upper case, lower case b)

Yoruba[edit]

B (upper case, lower case b)

Zulu[edit]

B (top case, decrease case b)

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