The Chamorro alphabet uses a combination of 21 Latin letters, including the letters F, G, and L, which were added to the Spanish alphabet in order to represent sounds found in the Chamorro language. The orthography, or the way that the language is written, has been standardized in recent years in order to preserve the language and make it easier to learn and use.
Chamorro is the native language of the Chamorro people, who are the indigenous people of the Mariana Islands in the Pacific Ocean.
Writing System: Latin script
Alphabetic Writing System: Chamorro alphabet
Number of Characters: 24
Alphabet Letter / Character Set: ʼ, A, a, Å, å, B, b, CH (Guam)/Ch (NMI), ch, D, d, E, e, F, f, G, g, H, h, I, i, K, k, L, l, M, m, N, n, Ñ, ñ, NG (Guam)/Ng (NMI), ng, O, o, P, p, R, r, S, s, T, t, U, u, Y, y.
Language Speakers: 58000
Country / Areas: Northern Mariana Islands and Guam
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