Capitalized

Some articles on capitalized:

List Of Digraphs In Latin Alphabets - Other Letters
... ⟨œu⟩, capitalized ⟨Œu⟩, is used in French for the vowels /œ/ and /ø/ ... ⟨ŋv⟩, capitalized ⟨Ŋv⟩, was used for in the old orthography of Zhuang and Bouyei this is now spelled with the trigraph ⟨ngv⟩ ... ⟨ſh⟩, capitalized ⟨SH⟩ or sometimes ⟨ŞH⟩, was a digraph used in the Slovene Bohorič alphabet for /ʃ/ ...
Sotho Orthography - Punctuation
... with the first letter of each sentence capitalized commas indicate slight pauses direct quotes are indicated with double quotation marks proper nouns have their first letter capitalized (this ... Nguni languages where it is the first letter of the stem that is capitalized ...
Polish Orthography - Capitalization
... Names are generally capitalized in Polish as in English ... and their abbreviations are not capitalized, except in polite address ... Pronouns (chiefly those of the second person) are often capitalized out of politeness when they refer to the person one is writing to ...
Capitonym
... A capitonym is a word that changes its meaning (and sometimes pronunciation) when it is capitalized, the capitalization usually applies due to one form being a ... In situations where both words should be capitalized (such as the beginning of a sentence), there will be nothing to distinguish between them except the context in which they ... unrelated, in other cases, such as august and catholic, the capitalized form is a name that is etymologically related to the uncapitalized form ...
Proper Adjective - Origin of The Terms
... In English orthography, most proper nouns are capitalized, while most common nouns are not ... noun" has come to mean, in lay usage, "a noun that is capitalized", and "common noun" to mean "a noun that is not capitalized" ... What's more, English adjectives that derive from proper nouns are usually capitalized ...