Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics.

johnH

Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics.

Postby johnH » 2010-11-17, 16:44

‹Oo› adding a tble with the symbols, hmmwell i'm kind of trying to turn this into a self made resource for learning the characters learning in excess of the characters at worst wastes a bit of time, but then I can just learn cree too. :yep:.
O.o

[I’m copying from the code tabble]
I’m wondering if saying enuet would be understably, or weather the most absurd sound substitution that doesn't throw people of would be jnujt.[sound of very bad accent],
does inuktitut have tones?–
‹0.0› the tables remains readable but the it seams to have broken the forum. :whistle:










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“e„ »ᐁ«“i„ »ᐃ«“u/o„ »ᐅ«“a„ »ᐊ«
Vowels »ᐃ«
consonant “p„ »ᐸᑉ«
consonant “t„ »ᑕᑦ«
consonant \\tt\\ \\ᑪ\\
consonant “k„ »ᑲᒃ«
consonant \\k\\ \\ᑲᒃ\\
consonant “c„ »ᒐᒡ«
consonant “m„ »ᒪᒻ«
consonant “n„ »ᓇᓐ«consonant “l„ »ᓚᓪ«
consonant “s„ »ᓴᔅ«consonant “sh„ »ᔕᔥ«
consonant “y/j„ »ᔭᔾ«
consonant “r„ »ᕋᕐ«
consonant “v/f„ »ᑲᒃ«
consonant “th„ »ᕦᕪ«
consonant “tth„ »ᕮᕯ«
consonant “ty„ »ᕳ«
consonant “h„ »ᕼᕻ«
consonant “thl„ »ᖉᕪ«
consonant “r„ »ᖍ«
consonant “ŋ„ »ᖓᖕ«

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