Es with diaresis
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Es with diaresis (С̈ с̈; italics: С̈ с̈) is an additional letter of the Cyrillic script which was used in the Bashkir alphabet of Nikolai Katanov. It is composed of the letter es ⟨С⟩ with a diaresis. It was notably used in a Bashkir translation of the gospel by the Bible society published in 1902. It was transliterated using the letter the ⟨Ҫ⟩ in the Bashkir Cyrillic alphabet of 1938.
Being a relatively recent letter, not present in any legacy 8-bit Cyrillic encoding, the letter С̈ is not represented directly by a precomposed character in Unicode either; it has to be composed as С+◌̈ (U+0308).
|Unicode name||CYRILLIC CAPITAL LETTER ES||CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER ES||COMBINING DIARESIS|
|UTF-8||208 161||D0 A1||209 129||D1 81||204 136||CC 88|
|Numeric character reference||С
|Named character reference||С||с|
- Инжил (Евпнгелие): Евпнгелие на башкирском языке (in Bashkir). Bible Society. 1902.
- И. Галяутдинов. "Из истории языковых и культурных процессов в Башкортостане в XIX — начале XX вв". Ватандаш (in Russian). Archived from the original on July 15, 2020.