The punctuation mark that used to signify a conjunction. Since the early 90s, now more commonly used to add emphasis to syllables/phonetic spelling of names. More correctly known as...apostrophe.
Tre: "Your son's name is D'ant'e? How do you spell that?"
Kisha: "I spell it, D-high comma-A-N-T-high comma-E."
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