Pe̍h-ōe

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"Pe̍h-ōe" ê kî-tha ì-sù, khòaⁿ pe̍h-ōe (khu-pia̍t-ia̍h).

Pe̍h-ōe (Eng-gí: vernacular language), ia̍h sī kóng hiong-tâm[1] (hiuⁿ-), ū-sî kóng hong-giân, sī kóng chi̍t-ê cho̍k-kûn ia̍h tē-hng ê chāi-lâi giân-gí he̍k-chiá sī khiuⁿ-kháu, iû-kî sī m̄-sī thoân-thóng-siōng siá-chok bûn-ha̍k ia̍h tòng chò kok-ka piau-chún-gí ê ōe.

Chá-kî ê pe̍h-ōe bûn-hoat[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

1437 nî kàu 1586 nî kan, Au-chiu chhut-hiān Italia-gí, Se-pan-gâ-gí, Hoat-gí, Hô-lân-gí, Tek-gí kap Eng-gí ê bûn-hoat kì-lio̍k. Che sī chia pe̍h-ōe āu--lâi kúi pah tang kòe-têng piau-chún-hòa ê ki-chhó͘ chi it.

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Ogawa Naoyosi, pian. (1931). Tai-Nichi Dai Jiten 臺日大辭典 (ēng Ji̍t-pún-gí). 

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