The Pure Vowel Syllabogram Family

Above is a chart outlining all the syllabograms that involve a pure vowel. Pure vowels can either follow a consonant, mixed vowel, or modifier vowel, or they can be placed entirely on their own, making them a member of the “independent vowel” family. The reading for this chart is much the same as for the syllabary where the value at the top is put in front of the value on the side.

You can see that the markers on the left for the vowels indicate the “ten-ten” diacritic (upper-right) for indicating the secondary vowel sound, while the consonants above indicate the supplemental diacritics (the line and circle) for indicating the secondary and tertiary consonant sounds.


Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 14, 2020
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