Difference between revisions of "AniDB Definition: Romanisation/Table"

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|bgcolor="#F3F5DE"|ぴゅ ''pyu'' ピュ
 
|bgcolor="#F3F5DE"|ぴゅ ''pyu'' ピュ
 
|bgcolor="#F3F5DE"|ぴょ ''pyo'' ピョ
 
|bgcolor="#F3F5DE"|ぴょ ''pyo'' ピョ
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|colspan="8"| '''Extended Katakana''' - These are used mainly to represent the sounds in words in other languages.  Most of these are not formally standardized and some are very rarely used.
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|''ye'' イェ
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="4"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''wi'' ウィ
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''we'' ウェ
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|''wo'' ウォ
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|<font color=red>''va''&nbsp;&#12535;</font>
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|<font color=red>''vi''&nbsp;&#12536;</font>
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|<font color=red>''ve''&nbsp;&#12537;</font>
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|<font color=red>''vo''&nbsp;&#12538;</font>
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|''va''&nbsp;&#12532;&#12449;
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|''vi''&nbsp;&#12532;&#12451;
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|''vu''&nbsp;&#12532;
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|''ve''&nbsp;&#12532;&#12455;
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|''vo''&nbsp;&#12532;&#12457;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|''she''&nbsp;&#12471;&#12455;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="4"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|''je''&nbsp;&#12472;&#12455;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="4"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''ti''&nbsp;&#12486;&#12451;
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|''tu''&nbsp;&#12488;&#12453;
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|''che''&nbsp;&#12481;&#12455;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="2"|
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|''tyu''&nbsp;&#12486;&#12517;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''di''&nbsp;&#12487;&#12451;
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|''du''&nbsp;&#12489;&#12453;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|''dyu''&nbsp;&#12487;&#12517;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|''tsa''&nbsp;&#12484;&#12449;
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|''tsi''&nbsp;&#12484;&#12451;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''tse''&nbsp;&#12484;&#12455;
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|''tso''&nbsp;&#12484;&#12457;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9" colspan="3"|
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|-bgcolor="#E7F5DE" valign=top align="center"
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|''fa''&nbsp;&#12501;&#12449;
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|''fi''&nbsp;&#12501;&#12451;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''fe''&nbsp;&#12501;&#12455;
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|''fo''&nbsp;&#12501;&#12457;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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|''fyu''&nbsp;&#12501;&#12517;
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|bgcolor="#E9E9E9"|
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Revision as of 14:40, 14 November 2005

a i u e o (ya) (yu) (yo)
ka ki ku ke ko きゃ kya キャ きゅ kyu キュ きょ kyo キョ
sa shi su se so しゃ sha シャ しゅ shu シュ しょ sho ショ
ta chi tsu te to ちゃ cha チャ ちゅ chu チュ ちょ cho チョ
na ni nu ne no にゃ nya ニャ にゅ nyu ニュ にょ nyo ニョ
ha hi fu he ho ひゃ hya ヒャ ひゅ hyu ヒュ ひょ hyo ヒョ
ma mi mu me mo みゃ mya ミャ みゅ myu ミュ みょ myo ミョ
ya yu yo
ra ri ru re ro りゃ rya リャ りゅ ryu リュ りょ ryo リョ
wa wi we wo
n
ga gi gu ge go ぎゃ gya ギャ ぎゅ gyu ギュ ぎょ gyo ギョ
za ji zu ze zo じゃ ja ジャ じゅ ju ジュ じょ jo ジョ
da (ji) (zu) de do ぢゃ (ja) ヂャ ぢゅ (ju) ヂュ ぢょ (jo) ヂョ
ba bi bu be bo びゃ bya ビャ びゅ byu ビュ びょ byo ビョ
pa pi pu pe po ぴゃ pya ピャ ぴゅ pyu ピュ ぴょ pyo ピョ
Extended Katakana - These are used mainly to represent the sounds in words in other languages. Most of these are not formally standardized and some are very rarely used.
ye イェ
wi ウィ we ウェ wo ウォ
va ヷ vi ヸ ve ヹ vo ヺ
va ヴァ vi ヴィ vu ヴ ve ヴェ vo ヴォ
she シェ
je ジェ
ti ティ tu トゥ che チェ tyu テュ
di ディ du ドゥ dyu デュ
tsa ツァ tsi ツィ tse ツェ tso ツォ
fa ファ fi フィ fe フェ fo フォ fyu フュ