What do languages that use other scripts call each letter of the Latin alphabet?

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Greek uses French names for Latin letters, because French was the prestige Latin alphabet language: “Vitamini Ah, Vitamini Beh, Vitamini Seh” (to use fauxnetics).

Or least, they did. You will of course hear a lot more English names of Latin letters now in Athens, I expect.

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