Talk:Epiglottal flap

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Am I correct?[edit]

The diacritic used here is U+032F COMBINING INVERTED BREVE BELOW (̯). But that is probably not an IPA-character at all, Unicode only adds:

  • Americanist: fronted articulation (variant of U+032D)
  • Indo-Europeanist: semivowel

Whereas IPA is mentioned with other IPA-diacritics. Otoh, it does look very much like diacritic "non-syllabic" IPA-nr 432. But is it used in that sense here? -DePiep (talk) 15:41, 13 August 2010 (UTC)