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Vowel pointing is the inserting of signs used to indicate vowels in certain alphabets (esp. the Hebrew, Syriac, and Arabic); it may refer to:
- Arabic diacritics or Harakat
- Hebrew diacritics or Niqqud
- Syriac diacritics
- Tengwar diacritics or tehtar
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