|Ge with stroke|
|Phonetic usage:||[ʁ], [ɣ]|
|The Cyrillic script|
|Archaic or unused letters|
The Cyrillic letter ge with stroke (Ғ ғ, italics: Ғ ғ) represents the letter Г with a horizontal stroke. It is used in Baskir, Kazakh Cyrillic and Uzbek Cyrillic alphabets where it represents a voiced uvular fricative /ʁ/. Despite having a similar shape, it is not related to the F of the Latin alphabet. In Kazakh, this letter may also represent the voiced velar fricative /ɣ/. In the Uzbek Latin alphabet, this letter corresponds to Gʻ.
The letter is also used in Bashkir, Tajik, Karakalpak, Shor, Siberian Tatar and Nivkh languages, and formerly in Azerbaijani. It is similar to the letter Ğ found in Turkish and Latin Azerbaijani alphabets.
Unicode renders this letter as "ghe with stroke". It is possible that this may have been inspired by the Greek digamma.
|Azerbaijani||5||ɣ~ʁ||Replaced by Latin Ğ in Azerbaijan, still used in Dagestan|
|Karakalpak||6||ɣ||Replaced by Ǵ in the Latin alphabet for Karakalpak.|
|Kazakh||6||ɣ~ʁ||Replaced by Ğ in the Roman-based script|
|Shughni||7||ʁ||Represented as Jh in the corresponding Latin alphabet|
|Tajik||5||ɣ~ʁ||Represented as Ƣ|
|Uyghur||6||ɣ~ʁ||Equivalent to غ in the UEY, Gh in the ULY, and Ƣ in the UYY.|
|Uzbek||34||ɣ~ʁ||Equivalent to Gʻ in the Uzbek Latin alphabet|
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER GHE WITH STROKE||CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER GHE WITH STROKE|
|UTF-8||210 146||D2 92||210 147||D2 93|
|Numeric character reference||Ғ