Emacs offers several functionalities for inserting special symbols in documents, (e.g., latex and org-mode documents). One easy way to access the different input modes is by typing C-\ and then selecting an input method. The following functions are also useful:

M-x : list-input-methods -it provides the list of input methods.

M-x : describe-input-methods - it shows the key sequences and the corresponding input characters for a specific input method.

C-h I : the same.

Phonetics

There are several input functions for inserting IPA symbols two of the most common ones are the ipa-praat and ipa-x-sampa. If you are transcribing English, French, German and Italian you may find the IPA convenient. For Greek someone might want to download the IPA keyboard from my GitHub account, which works with all applications across a system.

Semantics/Logic

The Tex input set provides several symbols that are useful, e.g., Greek letters, unary operators, relation operators, binary operators, negated binary operators, set and/or logic notation, delimiters, arrows, etc.

Languages

There are input methods that provide graphemes for most languages.

Input Methods

The list of the available input methods available are listed below.

Arabic

  • arabic (‘ع’ in mode line) Arabic input method.

Assamese

  • assamese-inscript (‘AsmIS’ in mode line) Assamese keyboard Inscript
  • assamese-itrans (‘AsmIT’ in mode line) Assamese ITRANS

Belarusian

  • belarusian (‘BE’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН keyboard layout registered as STB955-94 Belarusian standard.

Bengali

  • bengali-probhat (‘BngPB’ in mode line) Probhat keyboard for Bengali/Bangla
  • bengali-inscript (‘BngIS’ in mode line) Bengali keyboard Inscript
  • bengali-itrans (‘BngIT’ in mode line) Bengali ITRANS

Bulgarian

  • bulgarian-bds (‘БДС’ in mode line) Bulgarian standard keyboard layout (BDS)
  • bulgarian-phonetic (‘ЖБФ’ in mode line) Bulgarian Phonetic keyboard layout, producing Unicode.
  • bulgarian-alt-phonetic (‘БНФ’ in mode line) Bulgarian alternative Phonetic keyboard layout, producing Unicode.

Chinese

  • chinese-sisheng (‘ǚ’ in mode line) Sìshēng input method for pīnyīn transliteration of Chinese.

Chinese-BIG5

  • chinese-zozy (‘零注’ in mode line) 中文輸入【零壹注音】
  • chinese-b5-quick (‘簡B’ in mode line) 中文輸入【簡易】BIG5
  • chinese-punct-b5 (‘標B’ in mode line) 中文輸入【標點符號】
  • chinese-array30 (‘30’ in mode line) 中文【行列30】
  • chinese-py-b5 (‘拼B’ in mode line) 漢字輸入::拼音::
  • chinese-ecdict (‘英漢’ in mode line) 中文輸入【英漢辭典】
  • chinese-b5-tsangchi (‘倉B’ in mode line) 中文輸入【倉頡】BIG5
  • chinese-4corner (‘四角’ in mode line) 四角號碼::
  • chinese-py-punct-b5 (‘拼符’ in mode line) 中文輸入【拼音】 and ‘v’ for 標點符號輸入
  • chinese-qj-b5 (‘全B’ in mode line) 漢字輸入::全角::
  • chinese-etzy (‘倚注’ in mode line) 中文輸入【倚天注音】
  • chinese-ctlaub (‘劉粵’ in mode line) 漢字輸入:劉錫祥式粵音:

Chinese-CNS

  • chinese-cns-quick (‘簡C’ in mode line) 中文輸入【簡易】CNS
  • chinese-cns-tsangchi (‘倉C’ in mode line) 中文輸入【倉頡】CNS

Chinese-GB

  • chinese-tonepy (‘调拼’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷带调拼音∷
  • chinese-ctlau (‘刘粤’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷刘锡祥式粤音∷
  • chinese-py (‘拼G’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷拼音∷
  • chinese-qj (‘全G’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷全角∷
  • chinese-tonepy-punct (‘拼符’ in mode line) 汉字输入 带调拼音方案 and ‘v’ for 标点符号输入
  • chinese-py-punct (‘拼符’ in mode line) 汉字输入 拼音方案 and ‘v’ for 标点符号输入
  • chinese-ziranma (‘自然’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷【自然】∷
  • chinese-punct (‘标G’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷标点符号∷\243\240
  • chinese-ccdospy (‘缩拼’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷缩写拼音∷
  • chinese-sw (‘首尾’ in mode line) 汉字输入∷首尾∷

Croatian

  • croatian-cc (‘HR’ in mode line) Another alternative Croatian input method.
  • croatian-xy (‘HR’ in mode line) An alternative Croatian input method.
  • croatian-postfix (‘HR’ in mode line) Croatian input method, postfix.
  • croatian-prefix (‘HR’ in mode line) Croatian input method, prefix.
  • croatian-qwerty (‘HR’ in mode line) Croatian keyboard without the y/z swap.
  • croatian (‘HR’ in mode line) “Standard” Croatian keyboard.

Cyrillic

  • cyrillic-translit (‘Жt’ in mode line) Intuitively transliterated keyboard layout.
  • cyrillic-yawerty (‘ЖЯ’ in mode line) ЯВЕРТЫ Roman transcription
  • cyrillic-serbian (‘ЖS’ in mode line) ЉЊЕРТЗ-ЂЋ keyboard layout based on JUS.I.K1.005
  • cyrillic-macedonian (‘ЖM’ in mode line) ЉЊЕРТЗ-ЃЌ keyboard layout based on JUS.I.K1.004
  • cyrillic-jis-russian (‘ЖЙ’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН keyboard layout same as JCUKEN (JIS X0208.1983 encoding)

    Czech

  • czech-prog-3 (‘CZ’ in mode line) Czech (non-standard) keyboard for programmers compatible with the default
  • czech-prog-2 (‘CZ’ in mode line) Czech (non-standard) keyboard for programmers #2.
  • czech-prog-1 (‘CZ’ in mode line) Czech (non-standard) keyboard for programmers #1.
  • czech-qwerty (‘CZ’ in mode line) “Standard” Czech keyboard in the Windows NT 105 keys version, QWERTY layout.
  • czech (‘CZ’ in mode line) “Standard” Czech keyboard in the Windows NT 105 keys version.

Devanagari

  • devanagari-inscript (‘DevIS’ in mode line) Devanagari keyboard Inscript
  • devanagari-aiba (‘DevAB’ in mode line) Devanagari Aiba
  • devanagari-kyoto-harvard (‘DevKH’ in mode line) Devanagari Kyoto-Harvard
  • devanagari-itrans (‘DevIT’ in mode line) Devanagari ITRANS

Dutch

  • dutch (‘NL’ in mode line) Dutch character mixfix input method.

English

  • english-dvorak (‘DV@’ in mode line) English (ASCII) input method simulating Dvorak keyboard
  • programmer-dvorak (‘DVP@’ in mode line) An English (ASCII) dvorak layout optimized for programming, with for example

Ethiopic

  • ethiopic (‘ፊደል ’ in mode line) Quail package for Ethiopic (Tigrigna and Amharic)

French

  • french-azerty (‘AZ@’ in mode line) French (Français) input method simulating Azerty keyboard
  • french-keyboard (‘FR@’ in mode line) French (Français) input method simulating some French keyboard
  • french-postfix (‘FR<’ in mode line) French (Français) input method with postfix modifiers
  • french-alt-postfix (‘FR<’ in mode line) French (Français) input method with postfix modifiers
  • french-prefix (‘FR>’ in mode line) French (Français) input method with prefix modifiers

Georgian

  • georgian (‘გ’ in mode line) A common Georgian transliteration (using Unicode)

German

  • german (‘DE@’ in mode line) German (Deutsch) input method simulating SUN German keyboard
  • german-postfix (‘DE<’ in mode line) German (Deutsch) input method
  • german-prefix (‘DE>’ in mode line) German (Deutsch) input method with prefix modifiers

Greek

  • greek (‘Ω’ in mode line) Ελληνικά: Greek keyboard layout (ISO 8859-7)
  • greek-ibycus4 (‘IB’ in mode line) The Ibycus4 input method for Classical Greek using mule-unicode-0100-24ff.
  • greek-babel (‘BG’ in mode line) The TeX Babel input method for Classical Greek using mule-unicode-0100-24ff.
  • greek-mizuochi (‘CG’ in mode line) The Mizuochi input method for Classical Greek using mule-unicode-0100-24ff.
  • greek-jis (‘Ω’ in mode line) Ελληνικα: Greek keyboard layout (JIS X0208.1983)

GreekPost

  • greek-postfix (‘Ψ’ in mode line) Ελληνικά: Greek keyboard layout with postfix accents (ISO 8859-7)

Gujarati

  • gujarati-inscript (‘GjrIS’ in mode line) Gujarati keyboard Inscript
  • gujarati-itrans (‘GjrIT’ in mode line) Gujarati ITRANS

Hebrew

  • yiddish-keyman (‘ײק’ in mode line) Yiddish Keyman input method.
  • yiddish-royal (‘ײר’ in mode line) Yiddish Royal input method.
  • hebrew-biblical-sil (‘סִל’ in mode line) Biblical Hebrew SIL input method.
  • hebrew-biblical-tiro (‘תִרֹ’ in mode line) Biblical Hebrew Tiro input method.
  • hebrew-full (‘עִ֫’ in mode line) Hebrew Full method.
  • hebrew-lyx (‘לִ’ in mode line) Hebrew LyX input method.
  • hebrew-new (‘ע’ in mode line) Hebrew SI-1452 new draft input method.
  • hebrew (‘ע’ in mode line) Hebrew SI-1452 input method.

IPA

  • ipa-x-sampa (‘IPA-X’ in mode line) The International Phonetic Alphabet, using J.C. Wells’ X-SAMPA.
  • ipa-kirshenbaum (‘IPA-K’ in mode line) The International Phonetic Alphabet, using Kirshenbaum ASCII translit.
  • ipa (‘IPA’ in mode line) International Phonetic Alphabet for English, French, German and Italian
  • ipa-praat (‘IPAP’ in mode line) International Phonetic Alphabet input method. This follows the input method of the phonetic analysis program Praat (http://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/).

Vowels

Unrounded

  front centr. back
close i i ɨ \i- ɯ \mt
close centr. ɪ \ic    
close-mid e e ɘ \e- ɤ \rh
    ə \sw  
open-mid ɛ \ef ɜ \er ʌ \vt
  æ \ae ɐ \at  
open a a   ɑ \as

Rounded

  front centr. back      
close centr. ʏ \yc   ʊ \hs close-mid ø \o/ ɵ \o- o o
open-mid œ \oe ɞ \kb ɔ \ct open ɶ \Oe   ɒ \ab
             

For most of the codes, the first letter tells you the most similar letter of the English alphabet. The second letter can be t (turned), c (capital), s (script), r (reversed), - (barred or retracted), or / (slashed). One symbol (ɛ) is a phonetic version of a Greek letter. The codes for ə, ɤ, ʊ and ɞ are abbreviations for schwa, ram’s horn, horseshoe, and kidney bean.

Consonants

Pulmonic

  plos. nasal fric. approx. trill tap/flap l. appr.
bilabial p p m m ɸ \ff        
  b b   β \bf ʋ \vs ʙ \bc    
labiodent.   ɱ \mj f f        
      v v        
dental     θ \tf        
      ð \dh        
alveolar t t n n s s     ɾ \fh  
  d d   z z ɹ \rt r r   l l
alv. lat.     ɬ \l-     ɺ \rl  
      ɮ \lz l l     l l
postalv.     ʃ \sh        
      ʒ \zh        
retroflex ʈ \t. ɳ \n. ʂ \s.     ɽ \f.  
  ɖ \d.   ʐ \z. ɻ \r.     ɭ \l.
alv.-pala.     ɕ \cc        
      ʑ \zc        
palatal c c ɲ \nj ç \c,        
  ɟ \j.   ʝ \jc j j     ʎ \yt
lab.-pal.              
        ɥ \ht      
lab.-vela.     ʍ \wt        
        w w      
velar k k ŋ \ng x x       ʟ \lc
  ɡ \gs   ɣ \gf ɰ \ml      
uvular q q ɴ \nc χ \cf        
  ɢ \gc   ʁ \ri   ʀ \rc    
pharyngeal     ħ \h-        
      ʕ \9e        
epiglottal ʡ \?-   ʜ \hc        
      ʢ \9-        
glottal ʔ   h h        
      ɦ \h^        

Nonpulmonic

  implosive click  
       
bilabial ɓ \b^ ʘ \O.  
dental   ǀ \ 1
alveolar ɗ \d^    
alv.-lat.   ǁ \ 2
postalv.   ǂ \ -
retrofl.   ! !  
palatal ʄ \j^    
velar ɠ \g^    
uvular ʛ \G^    

For most of the codes, the first letter tells you the most similar letter of the English alphabet. The second letter can be t (turned), c (capital or curled), s (script), - (barred), l (with leg), i (inverted), or j (left tail). Some phonetic symbols are similar to Greek letters but have special phonetic (f) versions with serifs (ɸ, β, ɣ) or are otherwise slightly different (θ, χ). The codes for ŋ (engma), ð (eth), ʃ (esh), and ʒ (yogh) are traditional alternative spellings. The retroflexes have a period in the second place, because an alternative traditional spelling is to write a dot under them. The code for ɾ is an abbreviation for fishhook.

Diacritics

In line

input example description
\:f ː phonetic length sign
\’1 ˈ primary stress
\’2 ˌ secondary stress
\cn unreleased plosive
\rh ɜ˞ rhotacized vowel

Understrikes

input example description  
\ v syllabic consonant
\0v voiceless  
\Tv lowered  
\T^ raised  
\T( advanced tongue root  
\T) retracted tongue root  
\­v backed  
\+v fronted  
\:v breathy voice  
\~v creaky voice  
\Nv dental (as opposed to alveolar)  
\Uv apical  
\Dv laminal  
\nv nonsyllabic  
\e3v slightly rounded  
\cv slightly unrounded  

Overstrikes

input example description
\0^ ɣ̊ voiceless
\’^   high tone
\‘^   low tone
\­^   mid tone
\~^   nasalized
\v^   rising tone
\^^   falling tone
\:^   centralized
\N^   short
\li k͡p simultaneous articulation or single segment

Japanese

  • japanese-katakana (‘ア’ in mode line) Japanese katakana input method by Roman transliteration.
  • japanese-hiragana (‘あ’ in mode line) Japanese hiragana input method by Roman transliteration.
  • japanese-hankaku-kana (‘ア’ in mode line) Japanese hankaku katakana input method by Roman transliteration.
  • japanese-zenkaku (‘A’ in mode line) Japanese zenkaku alpha numeric character input method.
  • japanese-ascii (‘Aa’ in mode line) Temporary ASCII input mode used within the input method ‘japanese’.
  • japanese (‘Aあ’ in mode line) Japanese input method by Roman transliteration and Kana-Kanji conversion.

Kannada

  • kannada-inscript (‘KndIS’ in mode line) Kannada keyboard Inscript
  • kannada-itrans (‘KndIT’ in mode line) Kannada ITRANS

Korean

  • korean-hanja-jis (‘漢2’ in mode line) 2벌식JIS漢字: 該當하는 漢字의 韻을 한글2벌式으로 呼出하여 選擇
  • korean-hanja3 (‘漢3’ in mode line) 3벌식KSC漢字: 該當하는 漢字의 韻을 한글3벌式으로 呼出하여 選擇
  • korean-symbol (‘심벌’ in mode line) 한글심벌입력표:
  • korean-hanja (‘漢2’ in mode line) 2벌식KSC漢字: 該當하는 漢字의 韻을 한글2벌式으로 呼出하여 選擇

Lao

  • lao-lrt (‘ລR’ in mode line) Lao input method using LRT (Lao Roman Transcription).
  • lao (‘ລ’ in mode line) Lao input method simulating Lao keyboard layout based on Thai TIS620

Latin

  • latin-postfix (‘L<’ in mode line) Latin character input method with postfix modifiers.
  • latin-alt-postfix (‘L<’ in mode line) Latin character input method with postfix modifiers.
  • latin-prefix (‘L>’ in mode line) Latin characters input method with prefix modifiers.

Latin-1

  • italian-keyboard (‘IT@’ in mode line) Italian (Italiano) input method simulating SUN Italian keyboard
  • finnish-keyboard (‘FI@’ in mode line) Finnish input method simulating SUN Finnish/Swedish keyboard
  • swedish-keyboard (‘SV@’ in mode line) Swedish (Svenska) input method simulating SUN Swedish/Finnish keyboard
  • norwegian-keyboard (‘NO@’ in mode line) Norwegian (Norsk) input method simulating SUN Norwegian keyboard
  • danish-keyboard (‘DA@’ in mode line) Danish input method simulating SUN Danish keyboard
  • icelandic-keyboard (‘IS@’ in mode line) Icelandic (Íslenska) input method simulating some Icelandic keyboard
  • british (‘£@’ in mode line) British English input method with Latin-1 character £ (# -> £)
  • swedish-postfix (‘SV<’ in mode line) Swedish (Svenska) input method (rule: AA -> Å AE -> Ä OE -> Ö E’ -> É)
  • scandinavian-postfix (‘SC<’ in mode line) Scandinavian input method with postfix modifiers
  • norwegian-postfix (‘NO<’ in mode line) Norwegian (Norsk) input method (rule: AE->Æ OE->Ø AA->Å E’->É)
  • italian-postfix (‘IT<’ in mode line) Italian (Italiano) input method with postfix modifiers
  • icelandic-postfix (‘IS<’ in mode line) Icelandic (Íslenska) input method with postfix modifiers
  • finnish-postfix (‘FI<’ in mode line) Finnish (Suomi) input method
  • danish-postfix (‘DA<’ in mode line) Danish input method (rule: AE -> Æ, OE -> Ø, AA -> Å, E’ -> É)
  • latin-1-postfix (‘1<’ in mode line) Latin-1 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • italian-alt-postfix (‘IT<’ in mode line) Italian (Italiano) input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-1-alt-postfix (‘1<’ in mode line) Latin-1 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • portuguese-prefix (‘PT>’ in mode line) Portuguese input method with prefix modifiers
  • irish-prefix (‘GA>’ in mode line) Irish input method with prefix modifiers
  • catalan-prefix (‘CA>’ in mode line) Catalan and Spanish input method with prefix modifiers
  • latin-1-prefix (‘1>’ in mode line) Latin-1 characters input method with prefix modifiers

Latin-2

  • latin-2-postfix (‘2<’ in mode line) Latin-2 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-2-alt-postfix (‘2<’ in mode line) Latin-2 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-2-prefix (‘2>’ in mode line) Latin-2 characters input method with prefix modifiers

Latin-3

  • esperanto-postfix (‘EO<’ in mode line) Esperanto input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-3-postfix (‘3<’ in mode line) Latin-3 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-3-alt-postfix (‘3<’ in mode line) Latin-3 character input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-3-prefix (‘3>’ in mode line) Latin-3 characters input method with prefix modifiers
  • esperanto-prefix (‘EO>’ in mode line) Esperanto input method with prefix modifiers

Latin-4

  • latin-4-postfix (‘4<’ in mode line) Latin-4 characters input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-4-alt-postfix (‘4<’ in mode line) Latin-4 characters input method with postfix modifiers

Latin-5

  • latin-5-postfix (‘5<’ in mode line) Latin-5 characters input method with postfix modifiers
  • latin-5-alt-postfix (‘5<’ in mode line) Latin-5 characters input method with postfix modifiers

Latin-8

  • latin-8-prefix (‘8>’ in mode line) Latin-8 characters input method with prefix modifiers

Latin-9

  • latin-9-prefix (‘0>’ in mode line) Latin-9 characters input method with prefix modifiers

Latvian

  • latvian-keyboard (‘Lv’ in mode line) Latvian standard keyboard input method.

Lithuanian

  • lithuanian-keyboard (‘Lt’ in mode line) Lithuanian standard keyboard input method.
  • lithuanian-numeric (‘LtN’ in mode line) Lithuanian numeric input method.

Malayalam

  • malayalam-inscript (‘MlmIS’ in mode line) Malayalam keyboard Inscript
  • malayalam-itrans (‘MlmIT’ in mode line) Malayalam ITRANS

Oriya

  • oriya-inscript (‘OriIS’ in mode line) Oriya keyboard Inscript
  • oriya-itrans (‘OriIT’ in mode line) Oriya ITRANS

Persian

  • farsi-transliterate-banan (‘ب’ in mode line) Intuitive transliteration keyboard layout for persian/farsi.
  • farsi-isiri-9147 (‘ ف’ in mode line) Farsi keyboard based on ISIRI-9147.

Polish

  • polish-slash (‘PL>’ in mode line) Polish diacritics and slash character are input as ‘/[acelnosxzACELNOSXZ/]’.

Punjabi

  • punjabi-inscript (‘PnjIS’ in mode line) Punjabi keyboard Inscript
  • punjabi-itrans (‘PnjIT’ in mode line) Punjabi ITRANS

Romanian

  • romanian-alt-prefix (‘RO>’ in mode line) Alternative Romanian (româneşte) input method with prefix modifiers
  • romanian-prefix (‘RO>’ in mode line) Romanian (româneşte) input method with prefix modifiers

Russian

  • russian-computer (‘RU’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН Russian computer layout
  • cyrillic-jcuken (‘ЖЙ’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН Russian typewriter layout (ISO 8859-5 encoding).
  • russian-typewriter (‘ЖЙ’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН Russian typewriter layout (ISO 8859-5 encoding).

Slovak

  • slovak-prog-3 (‘SK’ in mode line) Slovak (non-standard) keyboard for programmers #3.
  • slovak-prog-2 (‘SK’ in mode line) Slovak (non-standard) keyboard for programmers #2.
  • slovak-prog-1 (‘SK’ in mode line) Slovak (non-standard) keyboard for programmers #1.
  • slovak (‘SK’ in mode line) Standard Slovak keyboard.

Slovenian

  • slovenian (‘Sl’ in mode line) Slovenian postfix input.

Spanish

  • spanish-keyboard (‘ES@’ in mode line) Spanish (Español) input method simulating SUN Spanish keyboard
  • spanish-postfix (‘ES<’ in mode line) Spanish (Español) input method with postfix modifiers
  • spanish-prefix (‘ES>’ in mode line) Spanish (Español) input method with prefix modifiers

Tamil

  • tamil-inscript (‘TmlIS’ in mode line) Tamil keyboard Inscript
  • tamil-itrans (‘TmlIT’ in mode line) Tamil ITRANS
  • tamil-dvorak (‘யளனக’ in mode line) யளனக Tamil keyboard layout for use with Unicode (UTF-8 encoding)

Telugu

  • telugu-inscript (‘TlgIS’ in mode line) Telugu keyboard Inscript
  • telugu-itrans (‘TlgIT’ in mode line) Telugu ITRANS

Thai

  • thai-pattachote (‘กป>’ in mode line) Thai Pattachote input method with TIS620 keyboard layout
  • thai-kesmanee (‘กก>’ in mode line) Thai Kesmanee input method with TIS620 keyboard layout

Tibetan

  • tibetan-tibkey (‘TIBt’ in mode line) Tibetan character input by TibKey key assignment.
  • tibetan-wylie (‘TIBw’ in mode line) Tibetan character input by Extended Wylie key assignment.

Turkish

  • turkish-postfix (‘TR<’ in mode line) Turkish (Türkçe) input method with postfix modifiers.
  • turkish-alt-postfix (‘TR«’ in mode line) Turkish (Türkçe) input method with postfix modifiers.

UTF-8

  • korean-hangul3 (‘한390’ in mode line) Hangul 3-Bulsik 390 Input
  • korean-hangul390 (‘한390’ in mode line) Hangul 3-Bulsik 390 Input
  • korean-hangul3f (‘한3f’ in mode line) Hangul 3-Bulsik final Input
  • korean-hangul (‘한2’ in mode line) Hangul 2-Bulsik Input
  • ucs (‘U+’ in mode line) Unicode input as hex in the form Uxxxx.
  • TeX (‘\’ in mode line) LaTeX-like input method for many characters. These characters are from the charsets used by the ‘utf-8’ coding system, including many technical ones. Examples: 'a -> á `{a} -> à \pi -> π \int -> ∫ ^1 -> ¹
  • rfc1345 (‘m’ in mode line) Unicode characters input method using RFC1345 mnemonics (non-ASCII only).
  • sgml (‘&’ in mode line) Unicode characters input method using SGML entities.

Ukrainian

  • ukrainian-computer (‘UK’ in mode line) ЙЦУКЕН Ukrainian (Unicode-based for use with KOI8-U encoding).
  • cyrillic-ukrainian (‘ЖU’ in mode line) ЄЇЕРТЗ-ІЎ UKRAINIAN

Vietnamese

  • vietnamese-vni (‘VV’ in mode line) Vietnamese VNI input method
  • vietnamese-viqr (‘VQ’ in mode line) Vietnamese input method with VIQR mnemonic system
  • vietnamese-telex (‘VT’ in mode line) Vietnamese telex input method

Welsh

  • welsh (‘Ŵ’ in mode line) Welsh postfix input method