◌̴ U+0334, ̴
COMBINING TILDE OVERLAY
◌̳
[U+0333]
Combining Diacritical Marks ◌̵
[U+0335]

Translingual

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Diacritical mark

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◌̴

  1. (IPA) Overstriking diacritic for a gutturalized (i.e. velarized, uvularized or pharyngealized) consonant or vowel, such as the 'emphatic' consonants of Arabic, or the 'dark l' (ɫ) of English.

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Precomposed characters in Unicode:

Note that these Unicode characters are not canonically equivalent to the base letters plus ⟨◌̴⟩. The diacritic ⟨◌̴⟩ should therefore only be used when a precomposed character does not exist.

Beside the above, letters attested with an overstruck tilde include:[1]

a ɑ β C c ʗ ꝺ ð ə g ɡ h i ɪ ɿ j k ᶅ ɭ ɬ ɮ ʎ o ɸ ʀ ɽ ʂ ʃ ʇ ʧ θ ɰ u ʊ v ʋ x χ ʒ ʔ ʖ ʴ 𐞩

A double overstruck tilde may be used to distinguish uvularized from velarized consonants. At least n and r are attested with a double overstruck tilde.[1]

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