Hwe (Ꚕ ꚕ; italics: Ꚕ ꚕ) is a letter of the Cyrillic script. Its form was derived from the Cyrillic letter Shha (Һ һ Һ һ) by adding a hook to the top of the left leg.
Hwe is used in the old Abkhaz alphabet, where it represents the labialized voiceless pharyngeal fricative /ħʷ/. It corresponds to Ҳә. Its appearance is similar to the letter հ (ho) used in the Armenian script, but the difference between հ and ꚕ is that հ represents /h/ and ꚕ represents /ħʷ/.
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER HWE||CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER HWE|
|UTF-8||234 154 148||EA 9A 94||234 154 149||EA 9A 95|
|Numeric character reference||Ꚕ