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Växárai Orthography
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The ultimate guide to Växárai orthography.
This public article was written by Camera244, and last updated on 23 Dec 2018, 01:02.

[comments] Menu 1. Background 2. Transliteration 3. Han Characters 4. Table I: Native Syllables 5. Table II: Middle Chinese Addendum 6. Table III: Sanskrit Addendum 7. Table IV: Latin Addendum 8. Table V: Buhyobap 9. Table VI: Archaic Växárai 10. Table VII: Cursive 11. Table VIII: Phags-pa 12. Appendix I: Punctuation and Typography 13. Appendix II: Kanbun 14. Appendix III: Clan Markings 15. Appendix IV: Taboo Characters 16. Appendix V: Vernacular Characters 17. Appendix VI: Radicals 18. Appendix VII: Braille 19. Appendix VIII: Symbols and Icons
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The Myers transliteration is the most common.

[top]Han Characters

Character Dictionary
Han Characters were used for Chinese loanwords and new characters were coined for native words, especially those with many morphemes. Some characters are ligatures of monosyllabic characters.

[top]Table I: Native Syllables


[top]Table II: Middle Chinese Addendum

[top]Table III: Sanskrit Addendum

[top]Table IV: Latin Addendum

[top]Table V: Buhyobap

[top]Table VI: Archaic Växárai

[top]Table VII: Cursive

[top]Table VIII: Phags-pa

[top]Appendix I: Punctuation and Typography

[top]Appendix II: Kanbun

[top]Appendix III: Clan Markings

[top]Appendix IV: Taboo Characters

[top]Appendix V: Vernacular Characters

[top]Appendix VI: Radicals

[top]Appendix VII: Braille

[top]Appendix VIII: Symbols and Icons
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