There are languages which put a prefix or a clitic before a noun to mark definiteness or case. How different languages using Latin alphabet which have this declension or marking deals with capitalization of proper names in those environments?
I don't know any, but in a hypothetical English-based language whose accusative names are inflected putting a "mu-" before them; what are the options to capitalize the name "Peter" in a sentence saying that Arthur saved him, based on how actual languages in which this occurs do?
- Arthur muPeter saved.
- Arthur Mupeter saved.
- Arthur mu-Peter saved.