I think what you're seeing is probably just a glottal stop, and
to-the-right-of would be as good as above. I.e., it's a glyphic variation
of iota with half-ring after it... That's just my gut reaction. Can these
scholars point to published usage in this manner?
Ken Whistler would be our local expert in such matters, and he's currently
off-line for a week or two.
> I have received a glyph request in the repertoire for a new font for an IPA
> iota (U+0269) with a right half ring *above* it. The only half rings I can
> find in the standard are spacing modifier letters (U+02BE and U+02BF). My
> Tiro Typeworks www.tiro.com
> Vancouver, BC firstname.lastname@example.org
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