Transliterate

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The idea is to read other alphabets as if they were Roman.

Info: Created on 5th June 2019 . Last edited on 10th July 2019.
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5 Comments

This is great! It's the first time I've seen a romanization scheme that showed the sounds and glyphs alongside one another. It should be useful to people who do speech synthesis and those who localize games.

Comment by zephram 20th June 2019

I agree. This is a clever idea. Two things, however: 1) Shei is 'sh'; 2) Shima is 'ch'. Those are the Coptic letters, by the way. :)

Comment by TCWhite 22nd June 2019

Thank you both very much for your input. I am not an alphabet scholar, and so I am likely to make some mistakes. I very much appreciate any corrections :)

Comment by jonrgrover 23rd June 2019

It’s interesting that at least: “A” and “B” are different shapes in Greek as they are in Latin. Also that upper capitals have no diacritics, but upper lower-case letters do.

I’d say that Cyrillic could be added pretty easily.

Comment by TH3_C0N-MAN 16th January 2020

The characters on the bottom are larger because some alphabets have some pretty complex characters, so I am making space for them.

Comment by jonrgrover 17th January 2020

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