The Consonant Syllabogram Family

S
Z –
K
G –
H
B –
P °
F
V –
T
D –
ST °
SH
CH –
J °
GH

Vowel
vvv

Proto –>

A
AA “
AI
AY “
E
EE “
I
O
OO
OW “
U
R
L
N
M
TH
Y
W

Above is a chart outlining all the consonant syllabograms, being those that start with a consonant. The reader can see the protosyllabograms at the top which inspired the design of each subsequent syllabogram moving down the chart. Hopefully, this will prove helpful for memorization.

The markings next to the headers for each consonant indicate the upper(-left) diacritic used to indicate that consonant sound. The dash ” – ” is the straight line, and the degree ” ° ” is the circular shape.

Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 14, 2020
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