Talk:Koppa (letter)

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Untitled[edit]

Qoppa, San, Sampi, and Digamma are all displayed as boxes. I tried encoding it in Greek, but the same result.

For Proper Display[edit]

You may find reading Code2000 useful. At the bottom there is an external link to the Code2001 website where you can download a current version of the software. It should solve your problems. JH 2004.12.28

Labio-Velar Plosive?[edit]

How would a labio-velar plosive be even pronounced? Labio means lips, velar means of the velum, or the soft palette.

The meaning of labio-velar would seem to indicate the lips forming a plosive with the soft palette. Last I checked, the human body can't articulate such a sound.

I'm removing the reference, and any replacement of it in the future should be accompanied with the IPA representation for the sound, or at least a short explanation as to its articulation. --dfoesch

I found an explanation on Labial-velar consonant. I've returned the page, and gave a link to that article. --dfoesch

Q sound[edit]

Can anyone clarify what "Q sound" means in this article?? Georgia guy 23:50, 10 February 2006 (UTC)