Liân-oe̍h

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liân-oe̍h[1] (-ui̍h, 連劃, 聯-; Eng-gí: hyphen) a̍h-sī liân-jī-hō (連字號), sī chi̍t khoán piau-tiám hû-hō. Tī thoân-thóng ê pe̍h-oē-jī chú-iàu ēng chò kā im-chiat liâm chò ê hû-hō. Lēng-gōa koh ū chi̍t khoán ēng-hoat kiò siang-liân-oe̍h[2], ùi pe̍h-ōe-jī piáu-sī chiap āu ê im-chat ho͘ khin-siaⁿ.

tiān-náu ê pian-bé lāi-bīn, liân-jī-hō kap kiám-hō ē-sái kong-ke ēng "hyphen-minus" hû-hō, Unicode sī U+002D (-); lēng-goā, oân-ná ū hun-li̍p ê pian-bé: liân-jī-hō sī U+2010 ( ‐ ); kiám-hō sī U+2212 ( − ).

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Thomas Barclay (1923). "劃". Supplement to Dictionary of the Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy. liên-u̍ih, a hyphen. 
  2. Thomas Barclay (1923). "劃". Supplement to Dictionary of the Vernacular or Spoken Language of Amoy. siang-liên-u̍ih, a double hyphen.