Dot Above Right
Dot above right is used in the Peh-oe-ji (POJ) orthography for Taiwanese Hokkien. It is used on Oo, to represent the vowel /ɔ/. This letter was introduced by a missionary by the name of Elihu Doty in the 19th century. There are no precomposed letters with this diacritic.
Dot Above Right in Unicode
|Combining Dot Above Right|
Dot Above Right in Natlangs
|Lowered vowel||Min Nan (Taiwanese Hokkien dialect, Peh-oe-ji orthography)||O͘o͘ /ɔ˥/, Ó͘ó͘ /ɔ˥˩/, Ò͘ò͘ /ɔ˧˩~˨˩/, Ô͘ô͘ /ɔ˩˦~˨˦/, Ō͘ō͘ /ɔ˧/||Oo without the dot above right stands for /o/. The tones represented here are as spoken in Taipei.|