The letter å (Å in capital) is used in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish and other Nordic languages. It is a vowel and is pronounced like the A in the English word "ball" or like the O in "storm". It is the 29th and last letter of the Norwegian alphabet. Hence Norwegians say "from A to Å" instead of "from A to Z".

Example of its use in Norwegian:
Må du stå og se på? (Do you have to stand there watching?).