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Hangulization Auxiliary Alphabet for German

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A guide to using Hangulization Auxiliary Alphabet for German

 

Symbols

  • b - Bruder /brudə/
  • č - deutsch /doič/
  • ç - Küche /küçe/
  • d - das /das/
  • f - Frau /frau/, Vater /fatə/, Apfel /afel/
  • g - geben /geben/
  • h - Hand /hant/; Bach /bah/
  • k - Kuchen /kuhen/, Druck /druk/, Burg /burk/
  • l - Land /lant/
  • m - Mann /man/
  • n - neue /noiə/
  • ŋ - Finger /fiŋgə/,  gedanken /gedaŋken/
  • p - Spiegel /špigel/
  • r - Regen /regen/
  • s - Bus /bus/, Wasser /vasə/, muß /mus/
  • š - Schiff /šif/, Straße /štrase/
  • t - Tag /tak/, Kind /kint/, Stadt /štat/
  • ts - Zeit /tsait/, Schatz /šats/
  • v - was /vas/
  • y - Jahr /yaə/
  • z - Sau /zau/, Rasen /razen/
  • a - alte /alte/
  • e - Bären /beren/, gedankt /gedaŋkt/, gesehen /gezeen/
  • i - Hilfe /hilfe/
  • o - Sommer /zomə/, Sohn /zon/
  • u - Mund /munt/
  • ə - Schiller /šilə/, Oscar /oskaə/, Herr /heə/, Razur /razuə/, Tur /tüə/
  • ö - König /köniç/
  • ü - Bücher /büçə/
  • ai - nein /nain/, Bayern /baiern/
  • au - Haus /haus/
  • oi - Europa /oiropa/, läuten /loiten/

 

Notes

The consonants are pretty straightforward. Note that the sound [x] is written /h/ and [pf] is simplified to /f/. The vowels are also straightforward, but note that the schwa [ə] is generally transcribed /e/ when spellt 'e'. To confuse matters further, the 'r' at the end of words or elements of compound words are transcribed /ə/.

 

When 'ng' comes before a vowel or 'l', transcribe as /ŋg/ even when the 'g' is not pronounced, e.g. Tübingen /tübiŋgen/, Spengler /špeŋglə/.

 

'Berg' and 'burg' are always transcribed /berk/ and /burk/ respectively, e.g. Heidelberg /haidelberk/, Hamburg /hamburk/.

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