The Mixed Vowel Syllabogram Family
Above is a chart outlining all the mixed vowel syllabograms, being those that start with or involve a mixed vowel (otherwise known as a consonant-vowel). The method for reading this is much the same as the syllabary, where the value at the top gets placed in front of the value on the left. The difference lies in when you match a mixed vowel (such as ” r “) with the same. In the table, these items indicate the syllabogram used for when the mixed vowel is used as a pure vowel (independently, being without a consonant.)
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.