Digraphs

Some articles on digraphs, digraph:

Catalan Orthography - Digraphs
... Digraphs Grapheme Pronunciation Usage ll /ʎ/ initial, intervocalic syllable-final position ny /ɲ/ initial (rare), intervocalic syllable-final position rr /r/ intervocalic position ss /s/ intervocalic position ix ...
Cyrillic Digraphs - Chechen and Ingush
... Chechen uses the following digraphs Vowels аь /æ/, яь /jæ/, оь /ø/, ёь /jø/, уь /y/, юь /jy/ Ejectives in ⟨Ӏ⟩ кӀ /kʼ/, пӀ /pʼ/, тӀ /tʼ/, цӀ /t ... къ /q/), хь /ç/ The vowel digraphs are used for front vowels for other Dagestanian languages and also the local Turkic languages Kumyk and Nogay ... ⟨Ӏ⟩ digraphs for ejectives is common across the North Caucasus, as is гӀ for /ɣ~ʁ~ʕ/ ...
Rheinische Dokumenta - Letters
... without ⟨c⟩, ⟨q⟩, ⟨x⟩, ⟨y⟩, ⟨z⟩, though it has the digraphs ⟨ch⟩, ⟨ch⟩, ⟨ng⟩, trigraph ⟨sch⟩ ... and ten more letters, digraphs, and a trigraph, each having diacritical marks Each letter, digraph, or trigraph is ... always the most phonetically correct letters, digraphs, or trigraphs are being used ...
List Of Cyrillic Digraphs
... The following digraphs (and trigraphs) are used in the Cyrillic script ... These include doubled letters (or whole digraphs) that indicate 'tense' ('strong') consonants and long vowels sequences with ⟨в⟩, ⟨у⟩, ⟨ә⟩ for labialized consonants and sequences with ... Tatar also has discontinuous digraphs ...
Cyrillic Digraphs - Avar
... Other digraphs are Ejective consonants in ⟨Ӏ⟩ кӀ /kʼ/, цӀ /tsʼ/, чӀ /tʃʼ/ Other consonants based on к /k/ къ /qʼː/, кь /tɬʼː/, Based on г /ɡ/ гъ /ʁ/, гь /h/, гӀ /ʕ/ Based on л /l ... for the 'strong' consonants in Avar orthography is sporadic, and the simple letters or digraphs are frequently used in their place ...