Ogham Letter I - Iodhadh
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Iodhadh is the Irish name of the twentieth letter of the Ogham alphabet, ᚔ.
In Old Irish, the letter name was idad. Its phonetic value is [i]. The original meaning of the letter name is uncertain, but it is likely an artificially altered pair with edad, much like Gothic pairþra, qairþra, and may refer to "yew".
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