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Spelling East Cree (Northern) – Syllabic Finals
The syllabic finals are a small version of the last column of regular size symbols on the chart. They are used mainly at the ends of words. ᔅ and ᔥ and ᐦ are also used in the middle of words. The syllabic finals may be used alone or in a set of two or three, but no more than three in a row are used. When there are three in a row, the last one is always ᐦ.
See also: Spelling East Cree – Southern Dialect – Syllabic Finals