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E, or e, is the fifth letter and the second vowel in the modern English alphabet and the basic Latin ISO alphabet. Its English name is e (pronounced / ˈiː /), plural ees. It is the most commonly used letter in many languages, including Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Latin, Latvian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish.

The Latin letter “E” has a different small meaning from its source, the Greek letter epsilon, “This, in turn, comes from the Semitic letter hê, in order to suggest that it began as a praying or summoning human figure (hillul “rejoicing”) and was most likely the based of a similar Egyptian hieroglyph that showed different pronunciations. In Semitic, the letter is / h / (and / e / in other languages); in Greek hê became the letter epsilon used to represent / e /. The various forms of the Old Italic script and the Latin alphabet have followed this usage.

English

Although Middle English spelling uses ⟨e⟩ to represent long and short / e /, Great Vowel Shift changed long / eː / (as in “I” or “bee”) to / iː / while short / ɛ / ( as a room or bed) remains a medium vowel. In other cases, the letter is silent, usually at the end of words.

Other languages

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In the orthography of many languages, traction represents either or some variation (as a nasalized version) of these sounds, often with diacritics (such as e ê é è ë ē ĕ ě ẽ ė ę) to indicate contrasts. Less commonly, as in French, German or Saanich, it is the middle central vowel / ə /. Digraphs with ⟨e⟩ are often denoted by either diphthongs or monophthongs, such as ⟨ea⟩ or ⟨ee⟩ for / iː / or / eɪ / in English, English for / aɪ / in German, and ⟨eu⟩ for / ø / in French or / ɔɪ / in German.

Other systems

The International Phonetic Alphabet uses ⟨e⟩ for a vowel with a rounded vowel near or from the middle in front.

The Most common letter

‘E’ is the most common (or highest-frequency) letter in the English language alphabet (starting off the the typographer ETAOIN SHRDLU) and several other European languages, which has given both meanings for cryptography and for compromising. . Story “The Gold-Bug” by Edgar Allan Poe, the protagonist invents an arbitrary code of characters, recalling that the most commonly used letter in English E. “Gadsby” by Ernest Wright (1939) is considered a “terrible” novel and suggest that “at least” frequent of Wright’s narrative problems, the causes of harm, the limitations of E.’s absence.

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