The / f | v / Syllabogram Family

Indicates the / f | v / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ff|vv”


Indicates the Chraki / fa | va | faa | vaa / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fa(h)|va(h)|faa|vaa”


Indicates the Chraki / fai | vai | fay | vay / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fai|vai|fay|vay”


Indicates the Chraki / fe | ve | fee | vee / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fe(h)|ve(h)|fee|vee”


Indicates the Chraki / fi | vi / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fi(h)|vi(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / fo | vo / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fo(h)|vo(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / foo | voo | fow | vow / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“foo|voo|fow|vow”


Indicates the Chraki / fu | vu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fu(h)|vu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / fr | vr / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fr|vr”


Indicates the Chraki / fl | vl / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fl|vl”


Indicates the Chraki / fn | vn / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fn|vn”


Indicates the Chraki / fm | vm / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fm|vm”


Indicates the Chraki / fth | vth / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fth|vth”


Indicates the Chraki / fy | vy / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fy|vy”


Indicates the Chraki / fw | vw / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fw|vw”


These symbols on the left either begin with or include the / f | v / phoneme. The secondary consonant sound / v / is indicated using the upper-(left) diacritic.


Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 14, 2020
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