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Amrahkan (Amrakëst)AzuroBr’gaCelineseDamiyaaDlatciFolksprak 2011 DPFrenkischGutish / GutiškIkuranish (Primary orthography)Ikuranish (Spanish-y orthography)KaiduMaltcέgjMenaechi / KhīsadamiurīNortheadish / Druðþþᵫ̄ðeſcNortheadish Reform / DruþýðeskPantlançqQhlSadralicianSamSkaShajSinPlattTelqeseTerzemian (Latin)Terzemian (Cyrillic)Terzemian (Arabic)ThuleanTs'ainVaeriYltilessian (Yltilęs)MatohsartanProto-CezbhanyeKlingon (tlhIngan Hol)QuenyaSindarinKhuzdulҺјохаб (Hyoxab)ЖЬэҁон (Zhyeqon)Ametdantaros Dyrellí (Dyrel)hāxasi(Waikati)SaiyotsaiaMilaQevesaKyivoranIaskyonNational SimphonianYltilessianChlouvānemShaj (Middle)
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aaaaaaaaaaa (stressed)aaaaaaaaaaa, ä [a:]aа (variant of /æ/)a, aa [a:]aaa, á [aː]aa, á [aː]аa, ā (long)
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ìaiayaiaj (when from PG *a + *g or *hw or *h)y (when from PG *ī, aj (when from PG *a + *g or *hw or *h)īaiaiaiai (very rare)ajaieiajaiaï (os Dyrellí dialect)āайae, ai, -ayai
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au or aoawauaw, auauūauauauaw (rare)awauaw, auао (present on certain dialects)aoC, au au
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ʲaäяia (ьa), iā (ьā)
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ɐa (unstressed)äaаa
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äaaaаa
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ɑaaaa, ā (long)aā (long)áaa, aaaаاaaaaaaaаa
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ɑ̤ą
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ɑ̤ɪąi
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ɑ̤ʊąu
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ʲɑjaяىاя
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ɑ̃
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ɒooоارåаå
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ʲɒjoёىارя
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æaaiāaeæаааäæ (alloph. of /ɛ/)ae
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bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbбبbbbbbbbbбmobbбbb
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бbh
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ɓ
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ʙbr
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βvbh (onset) v (coda)w
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β̞bù
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cte or ti before another vowel, in some varietiesc as a palatal allophoneccc (before i and e)kjctynq (c?)kj
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c
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cɕʰch
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çAn allophone of g in final position in most varieties.hyh as a palatal allophonec (before i, ia, ie, iu)k (before e, i, y, æ, ø), kjhjchhy; h (before t)hyhj
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ɕs as palatal allophonesh, sccsgjchsyшsgjš
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c'чъ
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ddddddddddddddddddddдdddddddдdɾddдd
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ddd
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d̪ʱdh
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ɖdhD
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ɖʱḍh
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ɗ
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ʠ
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ððdhððððððððδdh (onset) z (coda)dhҙdδdh
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ð̞d
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ʣdzdzdzdzdzdzdzdzjʤdzx
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ʣʱxh
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ʤjdzhjǧdjcg (allophone of dʑ before high front vowels)džҗخdg/djjђђdjʤdg, dj
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ʥcgdxdzrdgjђ (variant of /ʤ/)jyʤdgj
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eeei, éeé (if also stressed);ê (if unstressed)eeeeǣeee (unstressed)eē, ǣ (always long)éeeee, eeeеآeeee, ë [e:]eeeee [e̞]e, é [eː]eé [eː]еee, ė (long)e
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ę
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ʲeëєie (ьe), iė (ьė)
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ea
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ɘo (some Circassír varieties)ęoâ [ɘː]ę
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éi/êieyeiej (when from PG *e + *g or *hw or *h)ei (when from PG *ai), ej (when from PG *e + *g or *hw or *h)eieieeiej, ig, egejeï (os Dyrellí dialect)ейeiei
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e̤ɪęi
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əe' (ideally ’)ëe eea (unstr.)e (unstr.)a (unstressed)eeręеę'
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ɚ
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ɛe, èe, è if stressed and not penultee, aeeeeee (stressed)ɛee, æeee, æe, ä, ääeee; ae (in unstressed positions)æéeeeeэeeeeеææ
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ʲɛiæ (ьæ)
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ɜeueà
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ɝ
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fffffffffffff, vf (final)ffffffфffffffff, phfфff
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ɡgg, ghgggggggggggggg (g is silent before l)gggгعggggggɔ(g)ggгgg
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ɡʱgh
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ɡʷgwgwgwgwgwgwgw
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ɠ
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ɢqg (regional, alloph. of /g/ after /ɴ̆/)
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ɢʱgh (regional, alloph. of /gʱ/ after /ɴ̆/)
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ʛ
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ɣghxγgǧĝ, ǧg (between 2 vowels)ghґغghghghghgxgh
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hhhhhhh (only in transliteration - implied in dlatci orthography)hhhhhhhhhhһحjhhhhhhһһhιhғh
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ɦhhfғh
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ħħkhғ
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ɧғ
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ʜ
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iiiíiiiiii, ē (long)ii (normally) ; y (plural prefix/isolated)iiīī (always long)í, iiii, ieiiіهَ \ ىiiii, ï [i:]iiiииiii, í [iː]ii, í [iː]иii, īi, y
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į
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ɨi (Circassír Celinese)ii (when initial part of diphthongs after certain consonants)i (formerly į)ььهْiiyы
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ɩ
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ɪýiyiiii (when final part of some diphthongs)yiiiiyįIyiiиi
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jany monothong that doesn't have a diacritic with an umlaut added becomes pre-palatalized (there's a proper term for that which I can't remember atm)i/e + vowelyi before or after a vowelyi (y after e before another vowel only in transliteration)jjjyhi (beginning of word) ; i (in front of a vowel, at end of syllable) ; y (between two syllables)i (when preceded by certain consonants or starting a syllable)ē, j (used before <e>, <ī> and <i>ijyijj, g (before e, i, y, æ, ø), gjjyyйيyi (after vowel) / hi (initially)h (between vowels)jììyyiyјi (allophone of /i/, Dyrel dialect)ivjyyйjyi
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ɟdi + vowelgjjyngj
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ɟʑj
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ɟʑʱjh
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ʝg as a palatal allophonejjhxy
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kkc + a, o, u; ch; c +voiced consonantkckkk, ck (when geminated), c (in some recent french borrowings), qu (to make the cluster [kʋ])kkc (before 'a', 'u', or 'o') ; qu (before 'i' or 'e')ckckc,k and q.(The rules apply in much cases.Specially in nouns,verbs and adjectives).c (before a,o,u,)kkkkкگkkckkkc (k)ckkkɔkkkкk, ckk
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kscsksxkskscsksxksksксks, cs
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kckkhx(kh)хkkh
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qucwkwkwkwqkwkvququkw, qu
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kxq
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k'k'k'кк
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ᵑkncnk, ng (end of word)
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llllllllllllllll lllлكlllllllllllllllлll
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ldlld
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ɫʌ (syllabic only)ʌ (syllabic only)el (syllabic only)l (after g)lυl
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ɬlhl / tlɮ (after [-vc])łxtlhlhlşhl
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ɭl
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ɮlxɮhl
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ʎlil^: This is the standard letter but the diacritic don't exist,by this reason gh and hl could be used in shorthand, where it depends of the position into word.lhlλlyl (syllable final after i, e)ll, lli (os Dyrellí dialect)
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ʟl
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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm (м when syllabic)m (em when syllabic)mmmmmmмمmmmmmmmmmmб̃ (allophone of /b/)мmmmɷmmmмmmm
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mbbnmb
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ɱmbmмمmмн
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nnnnnnnnnnnnnnn (ɴ when syllabic)n (en when syllabic)nnnnnnnнنnnnnnnnnnнnnnωnnnнnnn
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ŋn (before k, g)nk / ngngngn (before k, g)ŋngn as part of final allophone of ᵑkŋ (ӿ when syllabic)ng (eng when syllabic)n(before k, g)ngngңنٌgn (before c)ngnngng (initially); n (before c, g, q)n (before c, g)nhŋll (before consonants) / nll (intervocalic) / l (before velars; some pronunciations use /ɴ/ there)nh
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