|Pronunciation||A as in car||B as in bitch||B as in bitch||L as in liar||A as in fat||E as in bed||E as in per||X as in taxi||Triple sign, no sound||N as in net||N as in pun||K as in kid||No use||M as in man||KH|
|Pronunciation||O as in hot or hotel||N as in net||P as in piss||C as in cycle||T as in test||Y as in spy or gym||No use||F as in fuck||X as in xylophone||U as in pun or use||Y as in yes||W as in wiki||W as in wiki||B as in bitch||BI as in bitch|
|Pronunciation||B as in bitch||E as in bed||IO as in nation or idiot||Rolled R||D as in dog||I as in idiot or idea||V as in van||S as in sun||G as in gay|
Spelling rules that nobody cares
Even the author of this article doesn't care about those rules.
В, Б, Ь or Ъ
There are four letters that make the B sound, and they are used interchangeably, meaning that you can choose whichever you want.
Ш or Щ
Ш is used before consonants and Э, and Щ is used before other vowels.
Е or Э
Э is used after Н, Ш, S, Р, Б and В. Other times, use Е.
Х or Ж
Х is only used at the beginning of words. Ж is used in other positions and is much more common.
У or Ч
Ч is a vowel and У is a consonant. In letter combinations ay, ey, oy and uy at ends of words, use Ч.
И or п
п is never used in capital for the N sound. In lowercase, и and п can be used interchangeably.
З triples the letter before it. For example, АЗАЗАЗ!
Transliterating J, Q, Z
Seems that you will never need to transliterate these letters into Яussian, because they are rarely used. You can easily avoid them in your writing. If completely necessary, just use the original English letters. The Яussians would understand you.
- When transliterating the word xi into Яussian, Ж is used.
- Normally, you apply the triple signs from left to right; "ВЗЗ" becomes "ВВВЗ" which then becomes "ВВВВВ". But when interpreting "АЗЗ!", you can apply them in any order, which would often give you many many more А's than you want.
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