Name

Hiragana Voiced Iteration Mark

Unicode
U+309E
Description

With Johto Mono, you can add a touch of retro to your text with the voiced iteration mark. The voiced iteration mark is used in the Hepburn romanization of Japanese to indicate that a geminate consonant should be pronounced as a single voiceless consonant. The voiced iteration mark is a small, curved mark that is placed above a letter.

Part of Johto Mono

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