Just a quick update regarding a response about the material authored by Jean Paul Richter posted by 'nanago':

Most of this writer's library is stored in another city in a different state (USA) due to a recent move.

In the meantime...

The criteron that will have to be satisfied remains whether any use of a "Y" (as stated by 'nanago' was presented by J. Richter) was as a "Letter" (which was not a naturally occurying member of Leonardo's Italian alphabet) that he employed in the spelling of a word...or...was it used as a "Symbol" in a non-word-building context (such as the "Pythagorean Y") to represent something else.

It will be a little while before this can be more fully addressed.

...and Grrr82CU smile



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