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The ninth letter of the modern English alphabet, representing the Semitic consonant yod, which was adopted by Greek as iota, representing a vowel. In the 17th century a differentiation was made in the Roman alphabet, the consonant being represented by J, j (in its origin merely a variant form of I, i in certain positions), and the vowel by I, i.

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