From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Thu May 20 2004 - 14:05:00 CDT
> Antoine Leca a écrit :
>> The French name for Hang looks strange. It happened to be "hangul
>> (hangul, hangeul)" (after quite a bit of discussion.)
Sorry guys. For reasons known to itself, my mailer refused to post in UTF-8
this morning. I meant "hangul(hangul, hangeul)".
According to a native <ftp://dkuug.dk/ftp.anonymous/email/iso15924/277> the
correct form are the ones between parenthesis (with an added apostrophe
: From: "Jian YANG" firstname.lastname@example.org
: Subject: Re: Re: (iso15924.275) "Hangul (Hang~ul, Hangeul)"
: as script name (~is adiacritical mark)
: Date: Mon, 29 May 2000 15:49:25 -0400
: «Hangeul» = Norme de romanisation du Ministère de
: l'Éducation de la Corée du Sud;
: «Hangul» = Romanisation Mc-Cune-Reischauer (la forme exacte
: est «Han'gul» : «u» with breve, et non caron; mais on a
: enlevé le signe diacritique pour accommoder la convention de
: ascii, sans doute);
On Thursday, May 20, 2004 3:51 PM, Patrick Andries va escriure:
> The name in ISO/CEI 10646 (F) is « hangûl » from a Corean dictionary
> and a Corean grammar published by the Inalco (Langues O').
Clearly, the Langues'O did adapt it to French typographical possibilities,
reversing the breve accent into a circumflex.
> suggested form in some sources, to appromixate the pronounciation.
> is « hangueul »
This is the other form, with an added, euphonical u after the g, to avoid a
About whether all this right or not, I do not know. But I believe this text
did go through two ballots against the very people of Langues'O (?), so we
have no reason to correct now what was accepted in the standard. The only
choice right now is to type exactly what was printed, since I understand we
do not have any more the master that served to the [F]DIS texts.
Since I am not a member of TC46, and furthermore I was away from the process
last year, I might very easily be wrong.
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