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U+A713, ꜓
MODIFIER LETTER HIGH LEFT-STEM TONE BAR

[U+A712]
Modifier Tone Letters
[U+A714]

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  1. (IPA) A symbol representing a (mid-)high tone.

Usage notes[edit]

  • These 'reversed' tone letters are used to indicate tone sandhi. For example, ˩꜓ after a word or syllable indicates that it has a low tone in isolation, but a mid-high tone in the current environment.
  • When this symbol occurs in combination with other tone letters, they indicate the pitch contour of the tone. For example, ꜓꜓ means a level mid-high tone, and ꜕꜖꜓ means one that begins low, then goes extra-low and ends high.

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