[Spellyans] Dauns and dauncya

Christian Semmens christian.semmens at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 16:50:47 IST 2012


Hi Ken,
If you look up Unicode character in a character map you should find
the following:
Ȝ  U+021C and
ȝ  U+021D

This might help:

U+021C LATIN CAPITAL LETTER YOGH
General Character Properties
In Unicode since: 3.0
Unicode category: Letter, Uppercase
Various Useful Representations:
     UTF-8: 0xC8 0x9C
     UTF-16: 0x021C
C octal escaped UTF-8: \310\234
XML decimal entity: Ȝ

U+021D LATIN SMALL LETTER YOGH
General Character Properties
In Unicode since: 3.0
Unicode category: Letter, Lowercase
Various Useful Representations:
    UTF-8: 0xC8 0x9D
    UTF-16: 0x021D
C octal escaped UTF-8: \310\235
XML decimal entity: ȝ
Annotations and Cross References
Notes:
 • Middle English, Scots

Christian

On 24 April 2012 16:17, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com> wrote:
> On 24 Apr 2012, at 15:54, Ken MacKinnon wrote:
>
>> I had located the correct upper case yogh on my Symbol list, and the character which I wrongly used was the nearest corresponding lower case lookalike.
>
> No, you located Capital EZH Ʒ which is not Capital YOGH Ȝ
>
>> However diligent search has now enabled me to locate the correct character, which comes out like this on my system:-
>>
>> An dus vas a ʒeserya
>> ʒeʒe gulas nef o kyllys
>>
>> So have been able to make the necessary corrections.
>
> Nope. Those are ezhes Ʒʒ, not yoghs Ȝȝ.
>
> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
>
>
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