What English words have stress patterns that indicate they constitute a compound word?
Sentences in the English language fall into several sentence patterns that include different ways to combine clauses and use noun phrases. Sentence patterns include simple sentences, compound sentences. complex sentences, and compound-complex sentences. Basic patterns include a subject and verb and can include an object with or without a complement.
In English, apostrophes in names are used primarily to indicate the possessive case, for example Bob Jones's house, the Joneses' house; but also in certain Irish patronymics to indicate a descendant, for example O'Connor; and in names transcribed from foreign alphabets to indicate letters for which there is no English equivalent, for example 'Ali or Qur'an.
Indiquer is a French equivalent of the English phrase "to indicate". Specifically, the word is a verb in its form as the present infinitive. It means "to indicate" in the sense of following the instructions for taking a particular medicine, pointing out directions, or revealing evidence of something. The pronunciation will be "eh-dee-ke" in French. Indiquer.
In strict English, you would have to use the words separately, or possibly with quotes to indicate the "dog tags" are Armed Services Identification tags as opposed to the canine registration tags for which they are named. However, the term is in vernacular use as one word, usually plural, "dogtags".