Æ kerns

Ray Larabie's picture

Are any of the following pairs unlikely to be used? I usually kern them but I don't know if they're likely to be needed.

clauses's picture

You need to kern all of them, they are all very ordinary occurrences in Danish.

Frode Bo Helland's picture

Norwegian, as well.

Jean-Baptiste Levee's picture

Quite rare but not unseen in French, and really common in Latin.

Sindre's picture

... and Icelandic, Færoese and Old Norse. WÆ is not used in any living Germanic language, (though it was used in Anglo-Saxon and Old Danish), while YÆ is used in one single Norwegian (Bokmål) word, "høyætta" (alternative form "høyættet").

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