From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Oct 30 2002 - 11:37:23 EST
Doug Ewell scripsit:
> Actually, the Sütterlin umlaut-mark is a small italicized "e," which is
> very similar to an "n." What it really ends up looking like, from a
> distance, is a double acute.
Oops, yes. Brain fart.
> Sütterlin does use a macron over "m" and "n" to indicate that the letter
> should be doubled,
This I think is a true COMBINING MACRON.
> and it uses a breve over "u" to differentiate it from
> the otherwise identical "n."
Part of the "u" glyph.
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