D with hook and tail
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ᶑ (d with hook and tail) is a letter of the Latin alphabet, used in phonetic transcription to represent a voiced retroflex implosive, though it is not explicitly part of the International Phonetic Alphabet. It is formed from d with the addition of a hook to mark it as implosive, and a tail to mark it as retroflex. It is thus a fusion of ⟨ɗ ⟩ and ⟨ɖ ⟩.
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⟨ᶑ ⟩ was added to Unicode with version 4.1 in 2005, but very few fonts display it.
|ᶑ||U+1D91||LATIN SMALL LETTER D WITH HOOK AND TAIL|
There is no standard Unicode encoding for the capital form. However, SIL fonts such as Gentium Plus, Doulos SIL and Charis SIL have
U+F20D in their private-use areas as the capital form of ⟨ᶑ ⟩. Alternatively, combining characters can also represent the uppercase ᶑ (like Ɗ̢).
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