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--- "<Wilhelm Ulrich Schlaier>"
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> how is the aspirated sound of H written in
> Greek And Cyrillic?

In Greek, there's a "rough breathing" mark that
preceeds an initial vowel. It looks like
something like a very small "c" up in the
appostrophe position:

  c|_|
   | | is /he:/.

There is also a smooth breathing mark that is a
reversed "c" up in the same position.

Padraic.


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la cieurgeourea provoer mal trasfu ast meiyoer ke la cieurgeourea andrext ben trasfu.

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There was a musician named Packett,
who'd had it, he just couldn't hack it;
   he stood with care
   on a cane backed chair,
and impaled himself on a rackett.

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