Date: Fri May 30 2003 - 03:35:24 EDT
> > > - Ã˜ [LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH STROKE] and Ã¸ [LATIN
> > SMALL LETTER O
> > > WITH STROKE] are both ruled out as their semantics is
> > totally wrong.
> Not at all (as seen by example Jarkko quoted!). In Danish
> and Norwegian,
> yes. But in Swedish and Finnish that vowel is written ö (and Ö).
Uhhh, sorry, I must have not been clear enough. The symbol used in the Finnish
morphology studies is NEITHER the ö nor the ø! It is used to mark the _absence_ of
of a morphological unit:
jalka -> jalan
shows the change
k -> EMPTY SET
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