[tex-hyphen] Hyphenation patterns for Belarusian

Claudio Beccari claudio.beccari at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 16:34:00 CEST 2016

They apper as "onomatopoeias", and "interjections" of the kind that 
should never appear in a typeset book, except, may be, in books for 
children. Any language uses such "sounds" with different spellings and 
alphabets, but as far as I can see, no language pattern file contains 
any pattern to deal with them.

On 30/08/2016 16:06, Werner LEMBERG wrote:
>> The first ones seem somewhat reasonable, but they then get
>> increasingly strange and we then have patterns such as (8’s omitted
>> for legibility) .бльгг, .бррр, .брьггв, .дззззз, and (my personal
>> favourite) .нннннн
> Eeeeee, you never use these words?  Dzzzzz :-)
>      Werner

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