Linearized tilde?

Doug Ewell via Unicode unicode at
Sat Dec 30 12:59:36 CST 2017

Philippe Verdy wrote:

> Isn't it a rounded variant of Latin letter n ? Then it could exist
> also in uppercase form (like "n" and "N")

A defining characteristic of the 1982 African Reference Alphabet was 
that it was lowercase-only. An uppercase form would be an invention with 
no basis in history or usage.

Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, US |

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