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Letter Ch in Czech
The letter ch is a digraph consisting of the sequence of Latin alphabet graphemes C and H, however it is a single phoneme (pronounced like German ch or X in TeX) and represents a single entity in Czech collation order, inserted between H and I. In capitalized form, Ch is used at the beginning of a sentence (Chechtal se. He giggled.), while CH or Ch can be used for standalone letter in lists etc.
In the 15th century, the Czech language used to contain many digraphs like modern Polish does, but most of them were replaced by single letters with diacritic marks by the reform of John Huss, so there is only Ch digraph left in the modern Czech.
In the Czech phonetic alphabet, Chrudim represents the letter Ch.
In the Czech extension to international Morse code, the letter Ch is DahDahDahDah: - - - -
In the Czech extension to Braille the letter Ch is represented as the dot pattern,
XX XX .X
Meanings for Ch
- In international licence plate codes, CH stands for Switzerland.
- Ch is an interpreted superset of the C programming language.
- In the game EverQuest, a CH is the abbreviation for the Clerics spell; Complete Heal. CHC is Complete Heal Chain.
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