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  1. The Betabet!


    Āā=Aye (as in “hay”)
    Ââ=Ah (as in “wrap”)
    Bb=Buh
    Cc=Chuh
    Dd=Duh
    Ēē=ee (as in “see”)
    Êê=eh (as in “heh”)
    Ff=Fuh
    Gg=Guh
    Hh=Huh
    Īī=Iye (as in “hi”)
    Îî=Ih (as in “bit”)
    Jj=Juh
    Kk=Kuh
    Ll=Luh
    Mm=Muh
    Nn=Nuh
    Ōō=Oh (as in “gold”)
    Ôô=Awe (as in “saw”)
    Pp=Puh
    Rr=Ruh
    Ss=Suh
    Şş=Shuh
    Tt=Tuh
    Ŧŧ=Thuh
    Ūū=Ooh (as in “who”)
    Ûû=Uh (as in “what”)
    Vv=Vuh
    Ww=Wuh
    Yy=Yuh
    Zz=Zuh

    Here is my simplified alphabet!

    Examples:
    Strēt=Street
    Pūp=Poop
    Dūm=Doom
    Têlûfōn=Telephone
    Ŧînk=Think
    Şūt=Shoot
    Sût=Soot
    însūrtwâkēwūrdhēr=insertwackywordhere
    Âlfûbêt=Alphabet

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    2. insertwackynamehere

      insertwackynamehere

      AndrewB said:

      Where is the J sound, as in Jaques, or Deja Vu?

      Seriously, it seems to be the one legitimate vocal sound that cannot be expressed foneticklee.

      Jj

    3. Draconio

      Draconio

      Then what's the letter you're using for the J in Jump and Jelly?

    4. Grazza

      Grazza

      zh is the standard transliteration of this sound when it occurs in Russian.

      If you want to use a single letter to stand for this sound, then ž is the obvious choice, as it is the normal one in Slavic languages that don't use the Cyrillic alphabet.

      Anyway, there are plenty of other sounds (vowels and consonanats) that are absent from insert's alphabet.

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