>At 15:15 -0400 2006-04-25, Michael Brady wrote:
>>Actually, I wasn't just making a joke, but I was trying to be
>>clever, with a bit of a mnemonic effect thrown in. Anything wrong
>>with what I suggest? They're short, unambiguous, and pretty much
>>explicit or easily comprehended.
>Unicode characters names just aren't "clever". ;-)
Is the character in question the #15 stockholms-e ? The feature under
consideration seems to crop up frequently in the vowels; the a-range,
the o-range, the u-range. Whatever the doubling of the curve is
called (LATIN SMALL LETTER E WITH DOUBLE CURVE; LSLE WITH KINK; LSLE
WITH KINKED CURVE; LSL KINKED E), that name should be applicable to
these too, don't you think?