From: Marco Cimarosti (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 30 2002 - 12:24:15 EST
Doug Ewell wrote:
> 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.
Ah! I never realized that the Sütterlin zig-zag-shaped "e" was the missing
with the "¨" glyph!
Thanks! After all, this discussion has not been completely useless. :-)
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