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Re: unknown symbols

From:Steven A. Williams <ignisglaciesque@...>
Date:Monday, October 27, 2008, 16:56
Sometimes, ring-below means devoicing. Perhaps a voiceless 'a'?

And in the IPA, diaresis below means breathy-voiced. So, ṳ could be a
breathy-voiced 'u'.

Otherwise, I have no idea about the others...

On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 12:22 PM, 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? > > ḁ (a ring below) ḉ (c cedilla acute) ḡ (g macron) ḣ (h dot above) > ḧ (h dieresis) ḩ (h cedilla) ḿ (m acute) ṕ (p acute) > ṥ (s acute & dot above) ṧ (s caron & dot above) ṩ (s dot above & below) > ṳ (u dieresis below) ṽ (v tilde) ṿ (V dot below) ẙ (y ring over) >