Ashkenazi Hebrew transliteration question

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Ashkenazi Hebrew transliteration question

Postby squee333 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:27 pm

Say you're transliterating the consonants as given here: ... &q&f=false
and the vowels as given here: ... &q&f=false
Does that seem reasonable for the variety of Ashkenazi Hebrew they give? It is pretty obvious what the letter names בֵֿית, פֵֿא, בֵּית would be using that scheme, but I want to see them (I wouldn't be asking if I had before!)

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Re: Ashkenazi Hebrew transliteration question

Postby SteveMiller » Tue Nov 06, 2018 4:18 pm

I don't understand your question.
The 2nd link is not about Hebrew vowels, but about Chaldean or Aramaic.

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