User:J. 'mach' wust
Hi all! Feel free to leave any comments on my contributions at my talk page.
Strange signs in the signature
In my signature (mach 🙈🙉🙊), I am using three ever so adorable Unicode 6.0.0 signs: SEE-NO-EVIL MONKEY ‹🙈›, HEAR-NO-EVIL MONKEY ‹🙉› and SPEAK-NO-EVIL MONKEY ‹🙊›. If your OS does not have a preinstalled font with this sign, you will need to manually install a font that features it, for instance George Douros's free font Symbola version 6.02, available from his site at Unicode Fonts for Ancient Scripts – check it out, there are plenty of fun signs (including some indecent ones)!
- Bernese German phonology
- Fortis and lenis
- Fraktur (script)
- German orthography
- German spelling
- Internationalism (linguistics)
- Medieval Unicode Font Initiative
- Swiss German
- Swiss German (disambiguation)
- Swiss German (linguistics)
- Swiss Germans
- Swiss Standard German
- Voice (phonetics)
- World Atlas of Language Structures
- Zero-width non-joiner
- User:J. 'mach' wust
- User:J. 'mach' wust/monobook.js
- User:J. 'mach' wust/vector.css
- User:J. 'mach' wust/vector.js
- Wikipedia:IPA for German
- Wikipedia:Manual of Style (text formatting)
- Template:IPA consonant chart
- Category:Swiss-German people
My main interests are in linguistics, especially in phonetics.
I live in the city of Berne in Switzerland, and so I speak the Alemannic dialect of Berne: Bernese German, which has the rare feature among Germanic languages that consonant and vowel length are independent from each other.