The / u / Syllabogram Family

Indicates the Chraki / u / Pure Vowel

Transliteration:
“u(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / su | zu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“su(h)|zu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / ku | gu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ku(h)|gu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / hu | bu | pu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“hu(h)|bu(h)|pu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / fu | vu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“fu(h)|vu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / tu | du | stu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“tu(h)|du(h)|stu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / shu | chu | ju / Phoneme

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


Indicates the Chraki / ru / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“ru(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / lu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“lu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / nu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“nu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / mu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“mu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / thu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“thu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / yu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“yu”


Indicates the Chraki / wu / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“wu(h)”


Indicates the Chraki / ugh / Phoneme

Transliteration:
“u(h)gh”


These symbols on the left either begin with or include the / u / phoneme.


Last updated byAvatarAsher Wolfstein on February 13, 2020
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