The tilde diacritic in Johto Mono is the perfect way to add a little bit of flare to your text. In Estonian orthography, the tilde diacritic (~) is used on vowels to indicate the alphabetically second instance of the same letter. That is, a tilde on letter A means that the A is written in the second position of the alphabet, Ä is third and so on. The tilde is also used in the final position to distinguish an alphabetically last name from other similarly spelled ones. The tilde diacritic is a small, wavy shape that is placed above a letter.