In an older Nuntii Latini-article titled Morbus avarius in Turcia vagatur I encountered the following sentence:
Grippa aviaria, quam efficit virus, cui nomen H5N1 (ha, quinque, en, unum), in Turcia vagatur.
Now, I am wondering, how does one spell all the letters of the Roman alphabet, like "ha" for "h" and "en" for "n")? Does anyone have an idea?
On a related note, what about the NATO phonetic alphabet, i.e. using "kilo" for "k", "foxtrot" for "f", etc.? Are there any suggested Latin alternatives?