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2014-02-28 8:41 GMT+01:00 Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets <[log in to unmask]>:
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> True, but once again with a good reason: the Welsh alphabet is different
> from the Roman alphabet, as seen in this page:
> http://www.llangatwg.org.uk/links-w-alphabet.htm. It contains letters not
> found in the traditional 26-letter alphabet (digraphs that are considered
> single letters) and lacks letters that *are* normally found in the
> 26-letter alphabet (k, q, v, x and z).

But... żis lacking letters by itself enough to consider an alphabet as
a different one?
If yes, there were a "Portuguese alphabet" until the last orthographic
agreement that included k, w and y in it.
I can rapidly recite the alphabet without those letters, but I have to
think to insert them.