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|This superscript symbol is deprecated and is no longer the official standard for rhotacized vowels. ◌˞ (vowel with hook diacritic) is now the standard.|
- (nonstandard, proscribed, chiefly where HTML-marking of superscription is unavailable) Used to represent a superscript r.
- The Unicode Standard recommends against the use of superscript modifier letters to represent stylistically superscript text.
- ^ “The International Phonetic Alphabet (revised to 2015)”, in IPA Association, 2015, retrieved 6 August 2017
- ^ Julie D. Allen et al. (editors), The Unicode Standard: Version 6.0 – Core Specification (February 2011, Unicode Consortium, →ISBN, chapter 7: “European Alphabetic Scripts”, § 7.8: ‘Modifier Letters’, page 229:
- ^ Superscript modifier letters are intended for cases where the letters carry a specific meaning, as in phonetic transcription systems, and are not a substitute for generic styling mechanisms for superscripting of text, as for footnotes, mathematical and chemical expressions, and the like.