From: Peter Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 25 2005 - 15:31:30 CST
On 25/04/2005 17:27, Peter Constable wrote:
>>Heng: Yuen-Ren Chao (1934), used half-seriously for h and eng in
>>English phonemics. "Included here [...] because calling it _heng_
>>allowed us to devise a name for the otherwise unnameable <hooktop
>I've heard that this was used in one orthography for Tat, but I haven't
>seen clear evidence.
I was talking a few days ago with the lady who provided you, Peter, with
information about this one a few years ago. She now agrees that this
heng form was used only as a glyph variant of the proposed LATIN SMALL
LETTER H WITH DESCENDER, provisional U+2C66. See the proposal for this
which gives evidence of its use in Tat.
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