Stroke

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This diacritic, and the one consisting of a horizontal bar, may both be called stroke in Unicode. In this article they are treated as two separate diacritics. Latin Small Letter Eth, ð, is listed under the bar diacritic. There are several currency symbols and mathematical symbols with strokes, but they are not included in this article.

Stroke in Unicode

Characters with Stroke
◌̸ ◌̷ Ⱥ Ȼ ȼ Ɇ ɇ Ł ł ƛ Ø
U+0338 U+0337 U+023A U+2C65 U+023B U+023C U+0246 U+0247 U+0141 U+0142 U+1D0C U+019B U+00D8
Combining Long Solidus Overlay Combining Short Solidus Overlay Latin Capital Letter A With Stroke Latin Small Letter A With Stroke Latin Capital Letter C With Stroke Latin Small Letter C With Stroke Latin Capital Letter E With Stroke Latin Small Letter E With Stroke Latin Capital Letter L With Stroke Latin Small Letter L With Stroke Latin Letter Small Capital L With Stroke Latin Small Letter Lambda With Stroke Latin Capital Letter O With Stroke
Note: May be confused with Cedi Sign, ₵ (U+20B5). Note: May be confused with Cent Sign, ¢ (U+00A2). Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: May be confused with Empty Set, ∅ (U+2205).
ø Ǿ ǿ Ⱦ
U+00F8 U+1D13 U+01FE U+01FF U+1E9C U+023E U+2C66 U+1D7A
Latin Small Letter O With Stroke Latin Small Letter Sideways O With Stroke Latin Capital Letter O With Stroke And Acute Latin Small Letter O With Stroke And Acute Latin Small Letter Long S With Diagonal Stroke Latin Capital Letter T With Diagonal Stroke Latin Small Letter T With Diagonal Stroke Latin Small Letter Th With Strikethrough
Note: May be confused with Diameter Sign, ⌀ (U+2300). Note: Phonetic character; not used in any orthography. Note: Phonetic character used in some American dictionaries.[1] Not used in any orthography.

Stroke in Natlangs

Uses of Stroke
Usage Language Letters Notes
Alphabet extension Heiltsuk-Oowekyala (Heiltsuk dialect, official orthography) Łł /ɬ/, ƛ /t͡ɬ/, ƛ̓ /t͡ɬʼ/ The uppercase versions of ƛ and ƛ̓ are upside-down capital barred Y, resp. upside down capital barred Y with comma above, but these are letters that are not included in Unicode.[2]
Sahaptin ƛ /t͡ɬ/, ƛ’ /t͡ɬʼ/ According to Wikipedia, it is "used in transcribing Sahaptin".[3]
Front version of back vowel Danish Øø /ø(ː), œ(ː)/, Ǿǿ /ø(ː), œ(ː)/ The acute accent is by no means obligatory, but it can be used to differentiate between two homophones, which in speech would be differentiated by intonation.[4] Oo stands for /o(ː)/.[5]
Norwegian Øø /œ, øː/ Oo stands for /uː, oː, ɔ/.[6]
Other Polish Łł /w/ Historically it stood for /ɫ/.[7] In Polish typography, the diacritic on this letter is considered to be a kreska.[8]

See Also

References

  1. Unicode Character 'LATIN SMALL LETTER TH WITH STRIKETHROUGH' (U+1D7A) at FileFormat.info.
  2. HAIⱢZAQVLA at Languagegeek.
  3. Barred lambda at Wikipedia.
  4. Danish orthography, Diacritics at Wikipedia.
  5. Danish orthography, Alphabet at Wikipedia.
  6. Norwegian, Vowels at FrathWiki.
  7. Ł, Polish at Wikipedia.
  8. Polish language, Orthography at Wikipedia.