2nd October 2019

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What does this ä mean?

A similar glyph, A with umlaut, appears in the German alphabet. It represents the umlauted form of a, resulting in [?] (or [e] for many speakers). In German, it is called "Ä" (pronounced [?]) or "Umlaut-A".
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