It is for this reason that the text of the Holy Quran is fully vocalised, with all diacritics
given and all vowels specified, so that it is read in one and only one way; no other text has this privilege.
In other words, the features of the head, diacritic
and syntactic, percolate on the other constituents.
If that is the case, a diacritic
should be added to the symbol: [??] (the [??] symbol referring to the lowered nature of the tongue and resulting sound).
"The problem with modern written Arabic is that often the diacritics
(pronunciation accents) have been removed.
However, there is also ample evidence for the diacritic
use of <CC> digraphs in Old English MSS.
That mark above the letter 'C' on Nikica Jelavic's jersey is a diacritic
- a mark used to aid pronunciation and tell you that Jelavic should be pronounced Jelavitch, not Jelavick.
(Note that the apostrophe in English counts as a diacritic
and not as a letter, in contrast to a language like Hawai'ian, in which the apostrophe is a letter indicating the presence of a distinct sound, i.e.
Microsoft's Character Design Standards is the only official and available resource for the diacritic
Ultimately, motion 95-M1 In principle the UTC is infavor of encoding additional diacritic
combining characters for productive extension of the Arabic script failed to pass, and I do not think the committee is likely to reconsider this question now.
(2002.) Problems of diacritic
design for Latin script text faces, Available from: http://www.sil.org/~gaultney/research.html, Accessed on: 2010-05-20
The latter demand also includes the writing of numerous Polish diacritic
signs, which usually is avoided in official documents outside Poland.
People who specialize in some of them or live in those countries where they are located may provide very complete information, including proper diacritic
marks, GPS data, old names etc.--and they do!!