Muke Tever scripsit:

> So, tangentially: Where are we proposing to put the L-shaped symbol?
> Not being part of the orthography, it doesn't _actually_ belong in
> the Romanization. (But then, this seems to be flexible; people there
> also like to go around casing transliterations of non-cased scripts;
> I'm just picky in that area.)

After all, the syllabication dots don't belong to English orthography
either, but English dictionaries commonly use them in headwords.

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