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- above example, λλ is transliterated as 'll', but pronounced /l/; Δ is transliterated as 'D', but pronounced /ð/; and η is transliterated as 'ē', though it...
- applicable, e.g. the Hindi कानपुर is transliterated as kānpur (and not kānapura) but the Sanskrit क्रम is transliterated as krama (and not kram). The system...
- yang. The four vowel marks (here applied to the base letter ཨ) are transliterated: When a syllable has no explicit vowel marking, the letter a is used...
- Αλέξανδρος Γ' ο Μακεδών would be translated as Alexander III of Macedon and transliterated as Aléxandros III o Makedṓn rather than Aléxandros G' or Aléxandros...
- Google Input Tools (formerly Google Transliteration and Google Indic Transliteration) is a transliteration typing service for languages with non-latin...
- same word transliterated in different ways: The Hebrew word בית is transliterated as both Beith and Bet. These discrepancies in transliterations of the same...
- 52535.1-2006 system in two things: ц is transliterated into ts (as in pre-2010 systems), ъ is transliterated into ie (a novelty). Scholarly ¹ Some archaic...
- vowels are transliterated only if they are shown with diacritics, otherwise they are omitted. ISO 233-2 (1993), simplified transliteration; vowels are...
- be transliterated with the same system. There are 24 consonantal phonemes distinguished in Egyptian writing, following Edel (1955) transliterated and...
- not defined in the transliteration table may be deleted, kept as non-Latin symbols embedded in transliterated text, or transliterated into different (non-conflicting)...
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