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Re: Cyrillic letters for /T/ and /D/

Date:Friday, February 22, 2008, 8:58
In a message dated 2/22/2008 02:21:54 AM Central Standard Time,
dedalvs@GMAIL.COM writes:

> BPJ: > << > How would you all react to a (non-Slavic) Cyrillic-based > alphabet using upside-down Cyrillic {s} and {z} for /T/ and > /D/? The idea is that a 19th century alphabet maker was able > to turn existing lead types upside down to create new > symbols, but not to add diacritics or wholly new shapes. > >> >
In Turkic Bashkir (Russian: bashkirskij yazyk) they use the Cyrillic S and Z with cedillas to represent /T/ and /D/. stevo </HTML>