Senjecas - Arabic

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Pronunciation table

peműko
(labial)
riisűko
(dental)
muitűko
(alveolar)
vainűko
(palatal)
ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(vowels)
nı̋þo ṡ̨uuše̋nos
(weak vowels)
p
b f v m t d þ ð ɫ l ż s z r n k g x ƣ h ȝ š i e a ǫ o u ĭ ĕ ŭ
/p/ /b/ /ɸ/ /β/ /m̥/ /m/ /t/ /d/ /θ/ /ð/ /l̥/ /l/ /ʦ/ /ʣ/ /s/ /z/ /ɾ̥/ /n/ /k/ /g/ /ç/ /ʝ/ /j̊/ /j/ /sʷ/ /sʲ/ /i/ /e/ /ä/ /ɒ/ /o/ /u/ /ɪ/ /ɛ/ /ʊ/


ara̋bi (Arabic) - ارٙبࣷ

Consonants

peműko
(labial)
riisűko
(dental)
muitűko
(alveolar)
vainűko
(palatal)
Stops voiceless p ٮ 1 t د 6 ص 10 k ک 13
voiced b ب d ڊ 7 ż ض 11 g ݢ 14
Fricatives voiceless f ڡ 2 þ ط 8 s س x ح 15
voiced v ڢ 3 ð ظ 9 z ش 12 ƣ خ 16
Sonorants voiceless م 4 ɫ ل r ر h ه
voiced m ݥ 5 l ڶ n ن ȝ ي
Labialization سو
Palatalization سى

Notes

  • 1 Dotless Beh <ٮ> is assigned the value /p/.
  • 2 Dotless Feh <ڡ> is assigned the value /φ/.
  • 3 Feh with dot below <ڢ> is assigned the value /β/.
  • 4 Mīm <م> is assigned the value /m̥/.
  • 5 Mīm with dot above <ݥ> is assigned the value /m/.
  • 6 Dāl <د> is assigned the value /t/.
  • 7 The Sindhi Ḍāl <ڊ> /ɖ/ is assigned the value /d/.
  • 8 The Chechen <ط> /t'/ is assigned the value /θ/.
  • 9 Ẓāʾ <ظ> /ðˤ/ is assigned the value /ð/.
  • 10 Sād <ص> /sˤ/ is assigned the value /ʦ/.
  • 11 The Tatar Zād /z/ is assigned the value /ʣ/.
  • 12 Shīn <ش> /ʃ/ is assigned the value /z/.
  • 13 The Urdu Kāf /k/.
  • 14 The Malay Ga /g/.
  • 15 The Kazakh Xa /x/.
  • 16 Khāʾ <خ> /x/ is assigned the value /ʝ/.
  • The Hamza is used to indicate elision, e.g., مٰاٰرُء سُنا, m̃iirű' súna, with the man.
  • The Shaddah is used to indicate the infrequent geminate consonants in Senjecas, e.g., بࣤسّࣤزٚ, bes̈e̋do, armchair.


Vowels

front near-front center near-back back
short long short long short long
close i
اࣷ
ii
حࣷاࣷ 1
u
اُ
uu
حُاُ
near-close ĭ
اۛ
ŭ
ا٘
close-mid e
اࣸ
ee
حࣸاࣸ
o
اْ
oo
حْاْ
mid ĕ
اࣽ
open a
ا 2
دٙ 3
aa
آ 4
ǫ
اࣴ
ǫǫ
حࣴاࣴ

Notes

  • 1 Long vowels are written with a diacritic on the consonant followed by the diacritic on Alif.
  • 2 Alif by itself is used for <a> in a V syllable.
  • 3 The Fathah is used for <a> in a CV syllable, e.g., دٙلْ ta̋ɫo, right hand.
  • 4 Alif with maddah is used for <a:>.

Example

  • God is love, and he who abides in love abides in God and God in him. (Mt 5:16)
  • ȝűmu m̃e̋nra e̋sa. da m̃enra̋s éna m̃e̋santu ȝuműs éna m̃e̋sa. da ȝűmu eȝús éna m̃e̋sa:


Senjecas - Cyrillic