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U+3108, ㄈ


Translingual edit

Stroke order

Letter edit

  1. type: initial consonant
  2. general transliteration: f
  3. keyboard key: Z

Chinese edit

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Glyph origin edit

Derived from "right open box" radical (fāng) (Mandarin: fāng).

Etymology edit

Initial consonant derived from "right open box" radical (fāng) (Mandarin: fāng) + rhyme.

Pronunciation edit

Letter edit

  1. 4th letter of the Zhuyin alphabet
  2. 5th letter of the extended Zhuyin alphabet

Phoneme edit

  1. (general) sound IPA(key): /f/
    (Pinyin: f), which is commonly present in Chinese, with the exceptions being Xiamen and Wenzhou dialects.

References edit

Northern Qiandong Miao edit

Letter edit

  1. 4th letter of the Hmu Zhuyin alphabet.

Phoneme edit

  1. IPA(key): /f/ (Hutton): f

References edit

  • Joakim Enwall, A Myth Become Reality Vol.1 (Stockholm, 1994) page 198