Difference between revisions of "lo jbopomofo"

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| m (na slaka) || ㄇ
 
| m (na slaka) || ㄇ
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| v || ㄩ
 
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|-
 
| f || ㄈ
 
| f || ㄈ
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| l || ㄌ
 
| l || ㄌ
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| r || ㄦ
 
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| k || ㄎ
 
| k || ㄎ
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| x || ㄏ
 
| x || ㄏ
 
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|-
| ||  
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| c ||
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|-
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| j || ㄖ
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|-
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| s || ㄙ
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|-
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| z || ㄒ
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|-
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| ts || ㄘ
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|-
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| dz || ㄗ
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|-
 
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| a || ㄚ
 
| a || ㄚ
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| oi || ㄡ
 
| oi || ㄡ
 
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|-
| || ㄧㄚ
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| a,i || ㄚㄧ
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|-
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| e,i || ㄝㄧ
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|-
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| a,u || ㄚㄨ
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|-
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| o,i || ㄛㄧ
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|-
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| ia || ㄧㄚ
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|-
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| io || ㄧㄛ
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|-
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| iy || ㄧㄜ
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|-
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| ie || ㄧㄝ
 
|-
 
|-
| || ㄧㄛ
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| ii || ㄧㄧ
 
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|-
| ||  
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| iu || ㄧㄨ
 
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|-
| ||  
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| ua || ㄨㄚ
 
|-
 
|-
| || |-
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| uo || ㄨㄛ
| ||  
+
|-
 
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| uy || ㄨㄜ
 
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|-
 
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| ue || ㄨㄝ
 
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|-
 
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| ui || ㄨㄧ
 
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|-
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| uu || ㄨㄨ
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|-
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| || ˙
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|-
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| , || ˊ
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| . || ˋ
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| basna || ˇ
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"slaka" notates a syllabic consonant, while "na slaka" notates a non-syllabic consonant.
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“basna” means stress. Because pauses and stress generally follow specific rules, ˋ and ˇ rarely have to be written.
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ˊ only has to notate a change in syllables between ㄧ/ㄨ (i/u) and a following vowel. ˊ may also be used if one wants to make clear that ㄌ/ㄦ (l/r) is syllabic and thus a separate syllable from any vowel or other syllabic consonant.

Revision as of 04:29, 6 July 2019

This is a proposal for how lojban may be written in bopomofo.

lo jbopomofo
lo latmu lerfu lo jbopomofo jugle’u
b
p
m (na slaka)
v
f
d
t
n (na slaka)
l
r
k
g
x
c
j
s
z
ts
dz



a
o
y
e
i
u
n (slaka)
m (slaka)
ai
ei
au
oi
a,i ㄚㄧ
e,i ㄝㄧ
a,u ㄚㄨ
o,i ㄛㄧ
ia ㄧㄚ
io ㄧㄛ
iy ㄧㄜ
ie ㄧㄝ
ii ㄧㄧ
iu ㄧㄨ
ua ㄨㄚ
uo ㄨㄛ
uy ㄨㄜ
ue ㄨㄝ
ui ㄨㄧ
uu ㄨㄨ
˙
, ˊ
. ˋ
basna ˇ

"slaka" notates a syllabic consonant, while "na slaka" notates a non-syllabic consonant. “basna” means stress. Because pauses and stress generally follow specific rules, ˋ and ˇ rarely have to be written. ˊ only has to notate a change in syllables between ㄧ/ㄨ (i/u) and a following vowel. ˊ may also be used if one wants to make clear that ㄌ/ㄦ (l/r) is syllabic and thus a separate syllable from any vowel or other syllabic consonant.