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Esperanto alphabet


Subject Linguistics

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631214816.1999.x


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The script of the Esperanto language consisting of 22 Roman letters with the following names: A /a:/, B /bo:/, C /tso:/, D /do:/, E /e:/, F /fo:/, G /go:/, H /ho:/, I /i:/, J /jo:/, K /ko:/, L /lo:/, M /mo:/, N /no:/, O /o:/, P /po:/, R /ro:/, S /so:/, T /to:/, U /u:/, V /vo:/, Z /zo:/. In addition, the following letters are used with a circumflex: Ĝ /džo:/, Ĥ /xo:/, Ĵ /žo:/, Ŝ /šo:/. The velar back vowel is indicated by Ǔ /wo:/. Both upper and lower case letters are used, but only proper names and sentence-initial words are capitalized. Reading Szerdahelyi 1984. ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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