From: Marco Cimarosti (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 06 2003 - 08:08:13 EDT
Philippe Verdy wrote:
> However the interesting part of your question for discussion
> in this list is:
> - Which Unicode character should be used to encode the
> spacing ring? (may conflict with the degree sign, or a
> upscript small letter O)
> - Should you use a Greek Gamma or a Latin Gamma, and a Greek epsilon?
Of course, one should avoid mixing up different scripts in the same
orthography. So, I'd suggest:
- aɛbbuḍ ("epsilon"): Ɛ U+0190 (LATIN CAPITAL LETTER OPEN E), ɛ
U+0259 (LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN E)
- aɣrum ("gamma"): Ɣ U+0194 (LATIN CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA), ɣ U+0263
(LATIN SMALL LETTER GAMMA)
> Your table also displays only the lowercase letters. It would
> be interesting to show the associated uppercase letters.
The only dubious case in the table is uppercase aɣrum, which could have the
Greek shape. But it's unlikely.
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