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hac̬ek sg

  1. Rare spelling of háček.
    • 1992, Kate Burridge and Werner Enninger [eds.], Diachronic Studies on the Languages of the Anabaptists (N. Brockmeyer; ISBN 381960054X, 9783819600548), page 76
      Examples for the preceding phenomena include the following (full voicing is indicated by an understrike hac̬ek, i.e. [b̬], under the corresponding consonant; tenseness of r is rendered as [ح], velarized [ʃ] is written as [ʃ̶]; unaspirated stops are marked with a reversed apostrophe after the consonants in question, i.e., [p‛]): […]