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Judeo-Latin (Ju:d,ajajt,) and Cedillarama

From:Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>
Date:Friday, January 22, 1999, 18:57
I was playing around with the "Insert Symbol" charactermap-like thing in
my word processor, when i found the perfect letters for representing
"soft" D and T in Judeo-Latin ([z] and [s]) - a D and  T with cedillas!
I was amazed when i found them....does anyone know what language uses d,
and t,, and what sounds they represent?
I also found a W with a ^, which i think would be good for the
fluctuating {w} which changes between [f] and [v] according to the same
rules as the S's [S] and [Z].  However, now i'm thinking maybe i should
change the S's upside-down ^ into a normal ^, so that it'll match the W,
since i couldn't find a W with an upside-down one.  Or, maybe neither of
them need a diacritic if there won't be any mixing up of /s/ {d,} and /S/
(/Z/) {s}...


-Stephen (Steg)

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