Lô-má-jī

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Lô-má-jī/Roma-jī (Hàn-jī: 羅馬字), Lia̍p(La)-teng-jī/Latin-jī (Hàn-jī: 拉丁字) sī sè-kài siāng sî-kiâⁿ ê bûn-jī hē-thóng, Eng-gí kap chē-chē ê gí-giân lóng-iōng Lô-má-jī lâi su-siá.

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Hiān-tāi Eng-gí iōng ê Lô-má-jī:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

Lia̍p-teng-gí bô iōng J, U, kap W.


1-kóa Su-lá-hu gí iōng Lô-má-jī bô iōng Cyrillic jī. Polish iōng 1-kóa ka Z/z kiat-ha̍p ê liân-jī (ligatures) lâi tāi-piáu special phonetic values, and a dark l - ł - for a sound similar to w. Czech uses diacritics as in Dvořák. The Slavic regions which stayed with the Orthodox church generally use Cyrillic instead which is much closer to the Greek alphabet. Hausa uses three additional consonants: ɓ, ɗ and ƙ.

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