> Dun, long mark over the u, or as typed on the computer "du/n"
>means a fort, a refuge, a haven, (as a noun). It means close or
>shut, (as a verb).
Could that long mark also be a handwritten acute accent mark? Might
be represented as u' ? In ISO-8859/1 <250> z. But most readers will
see a z or inverse video z. # is <163> in the msdos code page 850.
cp850 puts a midline dot for <250>.
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