Re: unknown symbols
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Monday, October 27, 2008, 20:53|
--- David McCann <david@...> wrote:
> Looking at the contents of Latin Extended
> Additional, I realised that
> there were a lot of characters I didn't know. A bit
> of googling showed
> that no-one else seems to know them either! Can
> anyone here explain the
> uses of the following?
> á¸ (a ring below) á¸ (c cedilla acute) á¸¡ (g
> macron) á¸£ (h dot above)
> á¸§ (h dieresis) á¸© (h cedilla) á¸¿ (m acute) á¹
> (p acute)
> á¹¥ (s acute & dot above) á¹§ (s caron & dot above)
> á¹© (s dot above & below)
> á¹³ (u dieresis below) á¹½ (v tilde) á¹¿ (V dot
> below) áº (y ring over)
I have no idea about the others, but I believe I've
seen v-tilde used in one of the minority languages of
southern China. I'll try to find the book tonight.
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