Beth Myre via Unicode
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Sat Nov 10 09:28:08 CST 2018
Are we sure this is actually Yiddish? To me it looks like it could be
German transliterated into the Yiddish/Hebrew alphabet.
I can spend a little more time with it and put together some examples.
On Sat, Nov 10, 2018 at 1:28 AM James Kass via Unicode <unicode at unicode.org>
> In the last pages of the text linked by Mark E. Shoulson, both the
> gershayim and the aleph-umlaut are shown. A quick look didn't find any
> other base letter with the combining umlaut.
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