The / sh | ch | j / Syllabogram Family

Indicates the / sh | ch | j / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“sh(s)h|ch(c)h|jj”


Indicates the Chraki / sha | cha | ja | shaa | chaa | jaa / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“sha(h)|cha(h)|ja(h)|shaa|chaa|jaa”


Indicates the Chraki / shai | chai | jai | shay | chay | jay / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shai|chai|jai|shay|chay|jay”


Indicates the Chraki / she | che | je | shee | chee | jee / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“she(h)|che(h)|je(h)|shee|chee|jee”


Indicates the Chraki / shi | chi | ji / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shi(h)|chi(h)|ji(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / sho | cho | jo / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“sho(h)|cho(h)|jo(h)”


Indicates the / shoo | choo | joo | show | chow | jow / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shoo|choo|joo|show|chow|jow”


Indicates the Chraki / shu | chu | ju / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shu(h)|chu(h)|ju(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / shr | chr | jr / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shr|chr|jr”


Indicates the Chraki / shl | chl | jl / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shl|chl|jl”


Indicates the Chraki / shn | chn | jn / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shn|chn|jn”


Indicates the Chraki / shm | chm | jm / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shm|chm|jm’


Indicates the Chraki / shth | chth | jth / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shth|chth|jth”


Indicates the Chraki / shy | chy | jy / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shy|chy|jy”


Indicates the Chraki / shw | chw | jw / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“shw|chw|jw”


These symbols on the left either begin with or include the / sh | ch | j / phoneme. The secondary consonant sounds / ch | j / are indicated using the upper-(left) diacritic.


Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 14, 2020
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