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Re: Cyrillic Rokbeigalmki Transliterations

From:Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>
Date:Wednesday, November 28, 2001, 23:02
Well it seems pretty good to me, apart from using the Serbian Cyrillic
letters for /tj/ and /dj/ for /T/ and /D/, but I'm not quite certain what
else you would use. As for /&/, Ossetian uses ae-ligature, why not use
that instead of the Azeri schwa?

Zivela cirilica!
(Long live cyrillic!)


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On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Steg Belsky wrote:

> Now that we have so many users of Cyrillicly-written languages here on > Conlang, i'd like to ask if anyone could look at my transliteration > scheme for writing Rokbeigalmki in Cyrillic letters, and see if it looks > realistic, or if i'm twisting the uses of letters too far. > > A chart of Rokbeigalmki - IPA - Cyrillic equivalents is up at > > > thanks to anyone who helps! > > > -Stephen (Steg) > "survival is insufficient."


Anton Sherwood <bronto@...>