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- Encloses an exclamation in some languages.
- (extIPA) [¡] is a sublaminal lower-alveolar percussive (tongue slap)
- [ǃ¡] is an alveolar click with a slapped release
The symbols are called, in English:
- Occasionally encloses an exclamation in modern Catalan. At other times, a lone exclamation mark is used at the end with nothing at the beginning of the exclamatory phrase.
- ¡Ditxós qui sab estimarla! ¡Benhaurat aquell en quin cor brilla encesa la vivificant y pura flama de la fé!
- Lucky is he who can love her! Blessed is he in whose heart there shines the life-giving and pure flame of faith!
¡ is used at the beginning of a phrase expressing exclamation, with ! at the end; however, in Catalan it is not mandatory to use ¡.
- encloses an exclamation in Spanish; equivalent in English and many other languages: !
In written Spanish, ¡ is written at the beginning of a phrase expressing exclamation, with ! at the end.
- Inverted question and exclamation marks on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
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- Translingual terms spelled with ¡
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