The symbol ~
What does the ~ symbol mean over a word?
Re: The symbol ~
That symbol is called a tilde, pronounced till-d, and in language it's placed above a single letter, not a word, to represent nasalization, or sounds produced by sending air from the lungs out through the nasal cavity, the nose.
Originally Posted by nlb
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