suomi-englanti sanakirja

’ englanniksi

  1. Used as a mark in some languages.

  2. Transliteration of the sign (ь), indicating palatalization of preceding consonants.

  3. Transliteration of the stop (hamza).

  4. A stop in the orthography of numerous languages of America, Africa, and formerly the Pacific. In most Polynesian languages, the convention has shifted to the okina .

  5. A substitute for the diacritic ʼ used in the Phonetic Alphabet for ejective and other glottalized consonants.

  6. Indicating the non-palatalization of the preceding consonant before a vowel.

  7. Representing the apostrophe in names transliterated from the Roman alphabet, for example Кот-д’Івуар (Côte d’Ivoire).