From: D. Starner (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 06 2004 - 20:41:34 CDT
"Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin" writes:
> On 2004.05.05, 12:10, D. Starner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > He uses a turned c -- that is, an open o. But he also uses a turned
> > c-cedilla.
> I'd guess that typographically it is indeed a turned c-cedilla, a hack
> for an open o with "something" above -- maybe an acute or whatever he
> used to differenciate usual vowels...
It's not a vowel, and he didn't seem to have a problem with acutes. Perhaps
it's inaccurate to call it an open-o: c and ç are ʃ and θ respectively, and
ɔ and this new character are the medial/sonant-surd forms of this unturned
versions. But turned-c is LATIN SMALL LETTER OPEN O, IMO.
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