Based on a request on French Wiktionary.
Basically, there is a string of characters used in Breton language, "c'h". Some Wiktionaries use it with curve apostrophe and some others with straight apostrophe.
They would need to match "cʼh" with "c'h" so Cognate interlinks automatically these pages. (currently it's not the case, and they have to keep manual links).
This specific string "c'h" is only use for words in Breton.
Comment from Addshore:
"So I just looked into this a bit and created some test pages and it looks like the pages don't get linked currently.
This can be seen by going to https://en.wiktionary.beta.wmflabs.org/wiki/c%CA%BCh and https://de.wiktionary.beta.wmflabs.org/wiki/c%27h which use the titles that you used in your first email.
I have created https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/368205/ which will fix the issue / add the new normalization.
It would probably make sense for my to spend another hour or so working on the maintenance scripts that populate the tables to speed them up for minor changes like this and rather than repopulate the whole table only look at titles that contain this character."