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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Letters with Hook

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Letters with Hook

01 ~ A
02 ~ B = Ɓ / ɓ
03 ~ C = Ƈ / ƈ
04 ~ D = Ɗ / ɗ
05 ~ F = Ƒ / ƒ
06 ~ E
07 ~ G = Ɠ / ɠ
08 ~ H = - / ɦ
09 ~ I
10 ~ J
11 ~ K = Ƙ / ƙ
12 ~ L
13 ~ M = - / ɱ
14 ~ N
15 ~ O
16 ~ P = Ƥ / ƥ
17 ~ Q
18 ~ R
19 ~ S
20 ~ T = Ƭ / ƭ
21 ~ U
22 ~ V
23 ~ W
24 ~ X
25 ~ Y = Ƴ / ƴ
26 ~ Z = Ȥ / ȥ

Hook (diacritic)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For other meanings of hook, see Hook (disambiguation).
acute´ )
double acute˝ )
grave` )
double grave ̏ )
breve˘ )
inverted breve ̑ )
caron, háčekˇ )
cedilla¸ )
circumflexˆ )
diaeresis, umlaut¨ )
dot· )
hookhook above  ̡   ̢  ̉ )
horn ̛ )
macron¯ )
ogonek˛ )
ring˚˳ )
rough breathing )
smooth breathing᾿ )
Marks sometimes used as diacritics
apostrophe )
bar◌̸ )
colon: )
comma, )
hyphen˗ )
tilde~ )
Diacritical marks in other scripts
Arabic diacritics
Early Cyrillic diacritics
titlo ҃ )
Gurmukhī diacritics
Hebrew diacritics
Indic diacritics
anusvara  )
chandrabindu )
nukta )
virama )
chandrakkala )
IPA diacritics
Japanese diacritics
dakuten )
handakuten )
Khmer diacritics
Syriac diacritics
Thai diacritics
Dotted circle
Punctuation marks
Logic symbols
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In typesetting, the hook or tail is a diacritic mark attached to letters in many alphabets. In shape it looks like a hook and it can be attached below as a descender, on top as an ascender and sometimes to the side. The orientation of the hook can change its meaning: when it is below and curls to the left it can be interpreted as a palatal hook, and when it curls to the right is called hook tail or tail and can be interpreted as a retroflex hook. It should not be mistaken with the hook above, a diacritical mark used in Vietnamese, or the rhotic hook, used in the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Letters with hook[]

It could be argued that the hook was used to derive the letter J from the letter I, or the letter Eng (ŋ) from the letter N, however these letters are usually not identified as being formed with the hook.
Most letters with hook are used in the International Phonetic Alphabet, and many languages use them (along with capitals) representing the same sounds.
The hook often attaches to the top part of the letter, sometimes replacing the ascender.
If it attaches to the bottom part of the letter, it can curl to the left (and could be a palatal hook), or to the right (and could be a retroflex hook).
Latin alphabet
LetterNameHook position
Ɓ ɓB with hooktop
Ƈ ƈC with hooktop
Ɗ ɗD with hooktop
Ɖ ɖD with tail or African Dbottom
Ƒ ƒF with hookbottom
Ɠ ɠG with hooktop
ɦH with hooktop
Ꜧ ꜧHengbottom right
Ƙ ƙK with hooktop
Ɱ ɱM with hookbottom
Ɲ ɲN with left hookbottom
Ƥ ƥP with hooktop
Ɋ ɋQ with hook tailbottom
Ɽ ɽR with tailbottom left
Ƭ ƭT with hooktop
Ʈ ʈT with retroflex hookbottom
Ʋ ʋV with hook or script Vtop
Ⱳ ⱳW with hooktop right
Ƴ ƴY with hooktop right
Ȥ ȥZ with hookbottom
Cyrillic alphabet
Ӄ ӄKa with hookbottom right
Ӈ ӈEn with hookbottom right
Ӽ ӽHa with hookbottom right
Ԓ ԓEl with hookbottom right


Unicode has the combining diacritics U+0321  ̡  combining palatized hook below (HTML: ̡) and U+0322  ̢  combining retroflex hook below (HTML: ̢) but these are not recommended to be used with letters, and should be used to illustrate the hooks themselves. Instead Unicode recommends the use of characters that already include the hook.

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