Re: Frog Man Vowels (Old Norse o-ogonek/Danish accents)
|From:||John Cowan <cowan@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, May 9, 2000, 0:41|
Daniel A. Wier scripsit:
> From: "John Cowan"
> > Believe it or not, these are about the *only* letters in Latin
> > whose purpose is not explained in the Unicode book! There is also
> > E WITH CEDILLA, which is included for completeness, and G WITH ACUTE,
> > which is a total mystery.
Okay, mystery no longer (kai the Unicode list). G WITH ACUTE is
used as an alternative transliteration of D Z WITH CARON in Serbo-Croatian.
It's also used to transliterate CYRILLIC LETTER DZHE in Macedonian.
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