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Customary name: R punctuation ligature
Represents: r + syllable structure

Variants and attestation

Transliteration Sinistroverse Dextroverse
  Glyph Number Glyph Number
Rpunct Rpunct.png 3 Rpunctd.png 0
Rpunct2 Rpunct2.png 0 Rpunct2d.png 3

The inscribed punctuation marks are exclusively syllabic puncts (as opposed to word separators). Rpunct s with a dot is used in the inscriptions of Serso, while Rpunct2 s with a short line is preferred in Magrè (cp. Lpunct and Mpunct). See Script for general information on ligatures.