Spanish alphabet From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Spanish alphabet is a Latin alphabet of 27 letters used to write the Spanish language. It has the same letters as the ISO Basic Latin Alphabet with the additional letter ñ, which is named eñe (pronounced EN-yay).
Spanish orthography is the orthography used in the Spanish language.The alphabet uses the Latin script.The spelling is fairly phonemic, especially in comparison to more opaque orthographies like English, having a relatively consistent mapping of graphemes to phonemes; in other words, the pronunciation of a given Spanish-language word can largely be predicted from its spelling and to a slightly ...LetterContextIPAExamplesb or vword-initial after a pause, or after #x27e8;m#x27e9; or #x27e8;n#x27e9;[b]bestia; embuste; vaca; envidiab or velsewhere (i.e. after a vowel, even across a word boundary, or after any consonant other than #x27e8;m#x27e9; or #x27e8;n#x27e9;)[β]bebé; obtuso; vivir; curva; mi bebé; mi vacacbefore #x27e8;e#x27e9; or #x27e8;i#x27e9;[θ] (central and northern Spain) or [s] (most other regions)cereal; encimacelsewhere[k]casa; claro; vaca; escudo
An early representation of the Spanish manual alphabet, engraved by Francisco de Paula Martí Mora (1761–1827) and published in 1815. Of an edition of 300, the only surviving copy is in the Biblioteca de Catalunya in Barcelona.
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