Double Acute Accent
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The double acute accent (also known as Hungarumlaut) originates from Hungarian orthography. Őő and Űű were introduced to the Hungarian alphabet in the 19th century to replace earlier Ö́ö́ and Ǘǘ.
Double Acute Accent in Unicode
|Double Acute Accent||Modifier Letter Middle Double Acute Accent ||Combining Double Acute Accent||Latin Capital Letter O With Double Acute||Latin Small Letter O With Double Acute||Latin Capital Letter U With Double Acute||Latin Small Letter U With Double Acute|
|Note: May be confused with Modifier Letter Double Prime, ʺ (U+02BA); Modifier Letter Double Apostrophe, ˮ (U+02EE); Left Double Quotation Mark, “ (U+201C); Right Double Quotation Mark, ” (U+201D); or Double Prime, ″ (U+2033).|
Double Acute Accent in Natlangs
|Long front version of back vowel||Hungarian||Őő /øː/, Űű /yː/|
- Double acute accent, History at Wikipedia.