From: Patrick Andries (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 02 2002 - 12:57:12 EDT
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De : "Curtis Clark" <email@example.com>
> John Cowan wrote:
> > And (uniquely for a Greek ligature?) was copied into the Latin alphabet,
> > and is now in use for /w/ in certain French-derived orthographies.
> Zum [B]eispiel, U+0222 and U+0223, used in Ȣendat, an indigenous language
> in Québec.
Known as Huron to most of us (see Lake Huron). The Hurons are, however, not
indigineous to Québec (they were chased from Ontario, then also New-France,
by Iroquois raiders). The remnants of the tribe came to Québec for
This «o u» ligature was discussed last month (the reference glyph is still,
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