John Cowan wrote:
> Marco Cimarosti scripsit:
> > (BTW, what's the English for "trattino obliquo"!?)
> "Slanted hyphen". Sometimes used in dictionaries to show
> syllable breaks
> in lieu of the MIDDLE DOT. There does not seem to be a Unicode
> character for it, though -- at least, I searched NameList in vain.
But the one I am talking about is what we'd call a combining mark, attached
under the signs.
(Having recovered from my lapsus, I'd translate it "small slanted stroke".)
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