As adjectives the difference between diacritic and diacriticked
is that diacritic
is distinguishing while diacriticked
is written with diacritics.
As a noun diacritic
is a special mark added to a letter to indicate a different pronunciation, stress, tone, or meaning.
(orthography, not comparable) Denoting a distinguishing mark applied to a letter or character.
A special mark added to a letter to indicate a different pronunciation, stress, tone, or meaning.
* diacritical mark
Written with diacritics.
* 1999 : Richard Laurent, Past participles from Latin to Romance ,
* For more examples of the usage of this term see the .
- Various symbols from the International Phonetic Alphabet, or from national schools of transcription, have been replaced by diacriticked Latin letters.