Re: How is the glottal stop used in some languages?

From: Andrew Lipscomb (
Date: Thu May 10 2007 - 14:16:10 CDT

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    Hawaiian uses U+02BB for its glottal stop (ʻokina). The Hawaiian
    keyboard layout in Mac OS X assigns this character to the
    apostrophe key (a U+0027 is found on option-apostrophe; it mostly
    follows the US layout for the rest of the keyboard, except that
    option-vowel or option-shift-vowel produces that vowel with

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