What is the point over this "n" (~n) call? (AKA: The Spanish "n".)?



Answers:
The name of the symbol is tilde (pronounced till-dee), and it's also agreed as a lazy N.

The inefficient N is used in Spanish to indicate a double N instead of putting two Ns together to variety the NY sound as contained by canyon.

Source(s):
First exposure: Se~nor Martinez; 7th, 8th, and 9th Grade Spanish; Emory E. Smiley Junior High School; Durango, Colorado.


Source(s):
First exposure: Se~nor Martinez; 7th, 8th, and 9th Grade Spanish; Emory E. Smiley Junior High School; Durango, Colorado.


It's called a tilde.

Source(s):

Spanish is my first language.


enye.
In filipino that character is call "enye"
It's part of the filipino alphabet.
(I know your not asking 'bout that. I of late want to answer something!)

Source(s):

Our filipino teacher


A tilde.

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Personal trivia knowledge


The symbol itself is called a tilde. The use of a symbol over a notification to indicate a change within pronunciation is called a diacritic or diacritical.

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