|ua (u wavy and subscript a)|
|[File] Dublin, National Library of Ireland, MS G 11 (Phillipps 10297) [s. xv2], p. 258|
|Letter(s) displayed:||<a>||(base form in image, without marks, as it may appear to the untrained eye)|
|Represents in Irish:||ua||(in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)|
|Notational device:|| » Superscript symbol » Digraph|
|In superscript:|| » Symbol(s):
|In subscript:|| » Digraph letter(s): a (subscript open)
|Represents:||» In Irish: ua|
» A somewhat unusual example in that the wavy superscript symbol does not represent ur, as it commonly does, but u. Note also that it occurs on top of a subscript character and that the letter it represents comes before (rather than after) subscript a.
|Type of unit:||» Part of a word|
|Examples in context:||Examples in other contexts, if available|
|Entries related in meaning:||Possible equivalents matching one of the values in the transcription above, if available |
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