what language is this -----> ùìéé

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  1. cohen9876

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    piggies? I think it's the tenth one that goes "Uiee uiee uiee all the way home"

    Actually looks like someone just typed alt+whatever number to get the letters with line over them. Turkish is one of the languages that use these.
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    lol you are asking this in an iPod Touch 2G forum...
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    He knows we is all smart!
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    lol... we is smart....
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    I'm Turkish. We don't use those.

    We use UMLAUTS with the periods on the I, O, U.

    Also the little squiggles under the C and the S. As well as the upside down arc over the G.

    Turkish FTW
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    We use éàèîùû and others in french...
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    I was about to say that as well. Really hard to tell from just 4 letters with accents. (Not sure what the correct word for it is)
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    ...so that's actually what cohen wants deciphered? lol I thought my computer just didn't recognize the glyphs!

    Those vowels with those accents are used in a ton of languages...I don't think anyone could begin to tell you what language it is without more information.

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