With Johto Mono, you can add a touch of German flair to your text with the o-umlaut. In German orthography, the letter Ö, or o-umlaut, is used to represent the sound [ø] (similar to the pronunciation of e in the word her). It is considered a separate letter of the alphabet, called "o-umlaut", and is considered distinct from "O". The word umlaut is German for "change of sound", though the precise meaning depends on the particular language. The dieresis is two small dots placed above a letter, typically an O or a U.