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Buth  

Sign indicating the lowering of the pitch by degrees in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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Chreli  

Signs used in Georgian chant notation in the 17th and 18th centuries. See Georgia, §II, 5.

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An accent denoting a subsidiary pause in Syriac Ekphonetic notation.

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Sign indicating a melodic formula in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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(fl Nisbis, c530). According to tradition, the inventor of Syriac Ekphonetic notation.

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Jerkar  

Sign indicating the lengthening of the duration of a note in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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Sign marking a secondary pause and lowering of the voice in Armenian Ekphonetic notation .

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Pasoqa  

Accent denoting a main pause in Syriac Ekphonetic notation .

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Shesht  

Sign indicating a melodic formula in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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Ssugh  

A sign indicating the shortening of the duration of a note in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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A sign marking a secondary pause in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.

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Sign marking a main pause and raising of the voice in Armenian Ekphonetic notation.