2027 HYPHENATION POINT A hyphenation point is a raised dot, which is mainly used in dictionaries and similar works to visibly indicate syllabification of words. Syllable breaks frequently also are potential line break opportunities in the middle of words. When an actual line break falls inside a word containing hyphenation point characters, the hyphenation point is usually rendered as a regular hyphen at the end of the line. 007C VERTICAL LINE In some dictionaries, a vertical bar is used instead of a hyphenation point. In this usage, U+0323 COMBINING DOT BELOW is used to mark stressed syllables, so all breaks are marked by the vertical bar. For an actual line break the vertical bar is rendered as a hyphen at the end of the line.
We should do this when breaking after such a character.