դՙ

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Armenian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Letter դ (d) with an apostrophe, modelled after European transliteration of փ (pʿ), թ (tʿ), etc.

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Letter[edit]

դՙ (dʿ)

  1. A letter used in Armenian dialectology. Represents the breathy-voiced dental plosive: [d̤]. Transliterated as dʿ or as dh.

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References[edit]

  • Ačaṙean, Hračʿeay (1911) Hay barbaṙagitutʿiwn. Uruagic ew dasaworutʿiwn hay barbaṙneri (barbaṙagitakan kʿartēsov) [Armenian dialectology: A sketch and classification of Armenian dialects (with a dialect map)] (Ēminean azgagrakan žoġovacu; 8) (in Armenian), Moscow and Nor Nakhichevan: Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages, page 10
  • Ovsepjan, L. S.; Gevorkjan, G. G. (2013), “Армянские диалекты (общий обзор) [Armenian dialects (general overview)]”, in Yuri B.Koryakov and Andrej A. Kibrik, editors, Языки мира: Реликтовые индоевропейские языки Передней и Центральной Азии [Languages of the World: Relict Indo-European languages of Western and Central Asia]‎[1] (in Russian), Moscow: Academia, page 324