Bar

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This diacritic with a horizontal line, and the one with a diagonal line, are both variously called bar and stroke, among other things, in Unicode. For clarity's sake, the former one is treated separately in these articles about diacritics.

Bar in Unicode

There are several currency symbols with a bar, but those are excluded here.

Characters with Bar
◌̶ ◌̵ ƻ Ƀ ƀ Đ đ Ð ð Ɖ
U+0336 U+0335 U+01BB U+A73A U+A73B U+0243 U+0180 U+1D03 U+0110 U+0111 U+00D0 U+00F0 U+0189
Combining Long Stroke Overlay Combining Short Stroke Overlay Latin Letter Two With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Av With Horizontal Bar Latin Small Letter Av With Horizontal Bar Latin Capital Letter B With Stroke Latin Small Letter B With Stroke Latin Letter Small Capital Barred B Latin Capital Letter D With Stroke Latin Small Letter D With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Eth Latin Small Letter Eth Latin Capital Letter African D
Note: These combining diacritics rarely render well with their base character. Note: In Americanist orthographies, the bar goes through the bowl instead of the ascender.[1] Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: The capital versions of these letters may be confused with each other. Latin Small Letter D With Stroke and Latin Small Letter Eth may be confused with each other. The lower case version of Latin Capital Letter African D is Latin Small Letter D With Tail, ɖ (U+0256).
Ǥ ǥ Ħ ħ Ɨ ɨ Ɉ ɉ ɟ
U+01E4 U+01E5 U+0126 U+0127 U+0197 U+0268 U+1DA4 U+1D7B U+1DA7 U+1D7C U+0248 U+0249 U+025F
Latin Capital Letter G With Stroke Latin Small Letter G With Stroke Latin Capital Letter H With Stroke Latin Small Letter H With Stroke Latin Capital Letter I With Stroke Latin Small Letter I With Stroke Modifier Letter Small I With Stroke Latin Small Capital Letter I With Stroke Modifier Letter Small Capital I With Stroke Latin Small Letter Iota With Stroke Latin Capital Letter J With Stroke Latin Small Letter J With Stroke Latin Small Letter Dotless J With Stroke
Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Its use in IPA is non-standard.[2] Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: Phonetic character used by Russianists.[3] Not used in any orthography. Note: Phonetic character used in IPA. Not used in any orthography.
Ƚ ƚ Ɵ ɵ
U+1DA1 U+A740 U+A741 U+023D U+019A U+A748 U+A749 U+2C60 U+2C61 U+019F U+0275 U+A74A U+A74B
Modifier Letter Small Dotless J With Stroke Latin Capital Letter K With Stroke Latin Small Letter K With Stroke Latin Capital Letter L With Bar Latin Small Letter L With Bar Latin Capital Letter L With High Stroke Latin Small Letter L With High Stroke Latin Capital Letter L With Double Bar Latin Small Letter L With Double Bar Latin Capital Letter O With Middle Tilde Latin Small Letter Barred O Latin Capital Letter O With Long Stroke Overlay Latin Small Letter O With Long Stroke Overlay
Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: Despite their different names, these two letters are case variants of each other.
Ɍ ɍ ʄ Ŧ ŧ
U+2C63 U+1D7D U+A750 U+A751 U+A756 U+A757 U+024C U+024D U+1E9D U+0284 U+0166 U+0167 U+A764
Latin Capital Letter P With Stroke Latin Small Letter P With Stroke Latin Capital Letter P With Stroke Through Descender Latin Small Letter P With Stroke Through Descender Latin Capital Letter Q With Stroke Through Descender Latin Small Letter Q With Stroke Through Descender Latin Capital Letter R With Stroke Latin Small Letter R With Stroke Latin Small Letter Long S With High Stroke Latin Small Letter Dotless J With Stroke And Hook Latin Capital Letter T With Stroke Latin Small Letter T With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Thorn With Stroke
Note: Phonetic character used in IPA. Not used in any orthography.
Ʉ ʉ ᵿ Ɏ ɏ Ƶ ƶ
U+A765 U+A766 U+A767 U+0244 U+0289 U+1DB6 U+1D7F U+024E U+024F U+01B5 U+01B6
Latin Small Letter Thorn With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Thorn With Stroke Through Descender Latin Small Letter Thorn With Stroke Through Descender Latin Capital Letter U Bar Latin Small Letter U Bar Modifier Letter Small U Bar Latin Small Letter Upsilon With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Y With Stroke Latin Small Letter Y With Stroke Latin Capital Letter Z With Stroke Latin Small Letter Z With Stroke
Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Its use in IPA is non-standard.[2]

Bar in Natlangs

Uses of Bar
Usage Language Letters Notes
Fricative consonant Icelandic Ðð [ð̠] This sound is in complementary position with [θ̠], yet it has its own letter.[4]
North Sami (1979 orthography) Đđ /ð/, Ŧŧ /θ/
Implosive consonant Vietnamese Đđ /ɗ/

See Also

References

  1. Unicode Character 'LATIN SMALL LETTER B WITH STROKE' (U+0180) at FileFormat.Info.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Obsolete and nonstandard symbols in the International Phonetic Alphabet at Wikipedia.
  3. Unicode Character 'LATIN SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH STROKE' (U+1D7C) at FileFormat.Info.
  4. Icelandic phonology, Alveolar non-sibilant fricatives at Wikipedia.