The / k | g / Syllabogram Family

Indicates The / k | g / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kk|gg”


Indicates the Chraki / ka | ga | kaa | gaa / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ka(h)|ga(h)|kaa|gaa”


Indicates the Chraki / kai | gai | kay | gay / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kai|gai|kay|gay”


Indicates the Chraki / ke | ge | kee | gee / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ke(h)|ge(h)|kee|gee”


Indicates the Chraki / ki | gi / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ki(h)|gi(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / ko | go / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ko(h)|go(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / koo | goo | kow | gow / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“koo|goo|kow|gow”


Indicates the Chraki / ku | gu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ku(h)|gu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / kr | gr / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kr|gr”


Indicates the Chraki / kl | gl / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kl|gl”


Indicates the Chraki / kn | gn / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kn|gn”


Indicates the Chraki / km | gm / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“km|gm”


Indicates the Chraki / kth | gth / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kth|gth”


Indicates the Chraki / ky | gy / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ky|gy”


Indicates the Chraki / kw | gw / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“kw|gw”


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


Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 14, 2020
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