Eganese Macron Letters

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Eganese Macron Letters are diacritical characters in the Eganese dialectic alphabet. They consist of a straight horizontal line over a vowel. The Eganese Macron signifies different things with different vowels.

An Eganese Macron on the letter E means that the E should be pronounced as a short I. An Eganese Macron on the letter O means that the O should be pronounced as "Or". An Eganese Macron over the letter A means that the A should be pronounced as a a short O. An Eganese Macron over the letter I means that the I should be pronounced as a long A. An Eganese Macron over the letter U means that the U should be pronounced as "Yo".

Examples of Eganese Macrons include Lēnoway and Kimyо̄na. Eganese Macrons are only used in place and person names, never in common nouns, adjectives, verbs, etc.