See also: ʼ

◌̓ U+0313, ̓
COMBINING COMMA ABOVE
◌̒
[U+0312]
Combining Diacritical Marks ◌̔
[U+0314]

◌̕ U+0315, ̕
COMBINING COMMA ABOVE RIGHT
◌̔
[U+0314]
Combining Diacritical Marks ◌̖
[U+0316]
◌̓ U+0343, ̓
COMBINING GREEK KORONIS
◌͂
[U+0342]
Combining Diacritical Marks ◌̈́
[U+0344]

Translingual

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◌̓

  1. (NAPA) glottalization, including ejective consonants.
    E.g. , , , , ƛ̓, č̓, , , , , , , , ʕ̓
    Note: The same diacritic (typically U+0313) should be used on all letters, with the font left to handle proper placement. Placement may be forced by using U+0313 on short letters but U+0315 on e.g. ⟨t̕⟩, ⟨l̕⟩ and ⟨ƛ̕⟩, but in some fonts the shaping of U+0313 and U+0315 will be inconsistent.
    Synonym: ʼ
  2. (IPA, rare) U+0315 may contrast with U+02BC ʼ for an ejective consonant when:
    (a) the entire consonant is superscripted, for example the weak/fleeting consonants ⟨ᵗ̕⟩ or ⟨ᵏˣ̕⟩ (U+0315) vs the usual notation ⟨tˢʼ⟩ or ⟨kˣʼ⟩ (U+02BC).
    (b) the apostrophe only governs the superscript part of a segment, as in ⟨pʼᵏˣ̕⟩ with U+02BC on the [pʼ] followed by U+0315 on the affricated release [ᵏˣ̕].
    Usually the distinction is unimportant and U+02BC will be used in all cases, e.g. ⟨ᵏˣʼ⟩, ⟨pʼᵏˣʼ⟩.

Ancient Greek

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◌̓

  1. combining character equivalent of (U+1FBD GREEK KORONIS)
  2. combining character equivalent of ᾿ (U+1FBF GREEK PSILI)