From: Chris Harvey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 09 2005 - 13:08:28 CDT
I assume then, that to encode a_a_i, one would use:
LATIN SMALL LETTER A , COMBINING LOW LINE , LATIN SMALL LETTER A ,
COMBINING LOW LINE , LATIN SMALL LETTER I
Then in this language, to be consistent, I would use the COMBINING LOW
LINE for a_i also.
The Carrier language’s roman orthography has the following underlined
one character underlined: s̱ , ẕ
two characters underlined d_z , t_s
I would think it’s preferable to use the COMBINING MACRON BELOW for s̱ and
ẕ, and the COMBINING DOUBLE MACRON BELOW for d_z and t_s.
Thus, it seems that whether one uses the COMBINING LOW LINE or COMBINING
(DOUBLE) MACRON BELOW depends on the language: Shoshoni using the former,
and Carrier the latter.
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