On Wed, 10 Jan 1996 [log in to unmask] wrote:
Donald Knuth calls them:
> 1. An upsidedown circumflex.
hacek (or h\'a\v cek if you knoe (La)TeX)
> 2. The accent similar to the above, but with a curved bottom - as can
> be found in Czech, Serbo-Croatian and Turkish.
> 3. The double *acute* as found in Hungarian.
> 4. The open round *bullet* as found in Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.
a mistake here. it isn't actually an accent at all. it is
part of the letter: check with dictionaries in said languages. however
in Polish it is an accent. circle?
> 5. The solid *bullet* as can be found in Turkish and Polish.
dunno about this. looks like the dot on i and j to me. dot?
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