Modifier letter apostrophe

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The modifier letter apostrophe (ʼ) is a glyph.

In the International Phonetic Alphabet, it is used to express ejective consonants, such as / kʼ /, / tʼ /, etc.

It denotes a glottal stop (IPA /ʔ/) in orthographies of many languages, such as Nenets.

It is encoded at U+02BC ʼ modifier letter apostrophe (HTML ʼ).

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