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The Tibetan script as used here is an abugida or alphasyllabary, meaning that, rather than notating consonants and vowels separately (as in the case of a true alphabet) a consonant and vowel are paired. In this case, the consonant (or symbol notating the lack of a consonant) is written, then the following vowel is written above or below.
 
The Tibetan script as used here is an abugida or alphasyllabary, meaning that, rather than notating consonants and vowels separately (as in the case of a true alphabet) a consonant and vowel are paired. In this case, the consonant (or symbol notating the lack of a consonant) is written, then the following vowel is written above or below.
  
EX: ཀ (k) + ི (i) = ཀི (ki)
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EX: ཀ (k) +   ི(i) = ཀི (ki)
  
 
EX: འ (da na zunsna) + ུ (u) = འུ (u)
 
EX: འ (da na zunsna) + ུ (u) = འུ (u)
 
*”da na zunsna” means “There is no consonant.”
 
*”da na zunsna” means “There is no consonant.”
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In this system, the first letter in a diphthong beginning with i or u is treated as a consonant.
 
In this system, the first letter in a diphthong beginning with i or u is treated as a consonant.
  
 
EX: ཡོ (io)
 
EX: ཡོ (io)
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This method of writing lojban also notates a significant difference between primary stress and weak/secondary stress in a syllable, often using entirely different letters based on the degree of stress.
 
This method of writing lojban also notates a significant difference between primary stress and weak/secondary stress in a syllable, often using entirely different letters based on the degree of stress.
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| k || ཀ || ཀཻ || ཀེ || ཀི || ཀོ || ཀུ || ཀྭ || ཀཻའི || ཀཻའུ || ཀེའི || ཀོའི || ཀཡཻ || ཀཡེ || ཀཡི || ཀཡོ || ཀཡུ || ཀཡ || ཀཝཻ || ཀཝེ || ཀཝི || ཀཝོ || ཀཝུ || ཀཝ
 
| k || ཀ || ཀཻ || ཀེ || ཀི || ཀོ || ཀུ || ཀྭ || ཀཻའི || ཀཻའུ || ཀེའི || ཀོའི || ཀཡཻ || ཀཡེ || ཀཡི || ཀཡོ || ཀཡུ || ཀཡ || ཀཝཻ || ཀཝེ || ཀཝི || ཀཝོ || ཀཝུ || ཀཝ
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| t || ཏ || ཏཻ || ཏེ || ཏི || ཏོ || ཏུ || ཏྭ || ཏཻའི || ཏཻའུ || ཏེའི || ཏོའི || ཏཡཻ || ཏཡེ || ཏཡི || ཏཡོ || ཏཡུ || ཏཡ || ཏཝཻ || ཏཝེ || ཏཝི || ཏཝོ || ཏཝུ || ཏཝ
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| p || པ || པཻ || པེ || པི || པོ || པུ || པྭ || པཻའི || པཻའུ || པེའི || པོའི || པཡཻ || པཡེ || པཡི || པཡོ || པཡུ || པཡ || པཝཻ || པཝེ || པཝི || པཝོ || པཝུ || པཝ
 
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| g ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
 
| g ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
 
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| t || || ཏཻ || ཏེ || ཏི || ཏོ || ཏུ || ཏྭ || ཏཻའི || ཏཻའུ || ཏེའི || ཏོའི || ཏཡཻ || ཏཡེ || ཏཡི || ཏཡོ || ཏཡུ || ཏཡ || ཏཝཻ || ཏཝེ || ཏཝི || ཏཝོ || ཏཝུ || ཏཝ
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| d || || || || || || || || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ ||
 
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| d ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
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| b ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
 
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| p || || པཻ || པེ || པི || པོ || པུ || པྭ || པཻའི || པཻའུ || པེའི || པོའི || པཡཻ || པཡེ || པཡི || པཡོ || པཡུ || པཡ || པཝཻ || པཝེ || པཝི || པཝོ || པཝུ || པཝ
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| n || || || || || || || || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ ||
 
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| b ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
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| m ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || འི || འུ || འི || འི || ཡཻ || ཡེ || ཡི || ཡོ || ཡུ || ཡ || ཝཻ || ཝེ || ཝི || ཝོ || ཝུ || ཝ
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Revision as of 22:17, 5 July 2019

The Tibetan script as used here is an abugida or alphasyllabary, meaning that, rather than notating consonants and vowels separately (as in the case of a true alphabet) a consonant and vowel are paired. In this case, the consonant (or symbol notating the lack of a consonant) is written, then the following vowel is written above or below.

EX: ཀ (k) + ི(i) = ཀི (ki)

EX: འ (da na zunsna) + ུ (u) = འུ (u)

  • ”da na zunsna” means “There is no consonant.”


In this system, the first letter in a diphthong beginning with i or u is treated as a consonant.

EX: ཡོ (io)


This method of writing lojban also notates a significant difference between primary stress and weak/secondary stress in a syllable, often using entirely different letters based on the degree of stress.


lo lerfu na se basna
da na karsna a e i o u y ai au ei oi ia ie ii io iu iy ua ue ui uo uu uy
da na zunsna འཻ འེ འི འོ འུ འཻའི འཻའུ འེའི འོའི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ
k ཀཻ ཀེ ཀི ཀོ ཀུ ཀྭ ཀཻའི ཀཻའུ ཀེའི ཀོའི ཀཡཻ ཀཡེ ཀཡི ཀཡོ ཀཡུ ཀཡ ཀཝཻ ཀཝེ ཀཝི ཀཝོ ཀཝུ ཀཝ
t ཏཻ ཏེ ཏི ཏོ ཏུ ཏྭ ཏཻའི ཏཻའུ ཏེའི ཏོའི ཏཡཻ ཏཡེ ཏཡི ཏཡོ ཏཡུ ཏཡ ཏཝཻ ཏཝེ ཏཝི ཏཝོ ཏཝུ ཏཝ
p པཻ པེ པི པོ པུ པྭ པཻའི པཻའུ པེའི པོའི པཡཻ པཡེ པཡི པཡོ པཡུ པཡ པཝཻ པཝེ པཝི པཝོ པཝུ པཝ
g འི འུ འི འི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ
d འི འུ འི འི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ
b འི འུ འི འི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ
n འི འུ འི འི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ
m འི འུ འི འི ཡཻ ཡེ ཡི ཡོ ཡུ ཝཻ ཝེ ཝི ཝོ ཝུ