The letter y with acute in Johto Mono is the perfect way to add a touch of Central European flavor to your text. In Czech, Hungarian, Slovak, and other Central European languages, the letter y with acute (ý) is used to represent the letter i with diaeresis: ï. In German, the letter y with acute is called "i mit e" and "i mit Akut". In Swedish, it is called "y med akut", in Danish "i med akut" and in Norwegian "i med akut". In Icelandic, the letter is called "i" with diaeresis and "i" with acute. The letter y with acute is a small, curved letter.