John Hudson wrote:
> 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. [...]
> Does anyone else have experience that would support the
> need for such characters?
A very similar sign (i with right half ring) is used in old egyptological
I wonder whether it could be considered a glyph variation of one of these:
0313 COMBINING COMMA ABOVE
0343 COMBINING GREEK KORONIS
The reason for the distinctive "half ring" shape could be that the diacritic
sign was often handwritten with a pen over typeset or typewritten text.
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