|> e (superscript)|
|[File] Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, MS 23 P 12 (536) = Book of Ballymote [1384 x 1406], f. 250r|
|Represents in Irish:||□er / □re / □e|| (in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)|
|Represents in Latin:||□er / □re / □e||(in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)|
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|Represents:||» In Irish: □er / □re / □e|
» In Latin: □er / □re / □e
» Normally, superscript e can be transcribed as either er or re. An exceptional case, both in form and meaning, is the ligated form of e in de and he (see examples below). Although the e is raised, it behaves like a normal character at baseline height with no rhotic value being implied.
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