Modifier letter double apostrophe

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The modifier letter double apostrophe (ˮ) is a spacing glyph. It is used in the orthography of Tundra Nenets to denote a glottal stop, or in the orthography of Dan to indicate that a syllable has a top tone. It is encoded at U+02EE ˮ MODIFIER LETTER DOUBLE APOSTROPHE (HTML ˮ).

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