transliteration of mjagkij znak (Cyrillic soft sign)
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Mon Feb 8 20:39:38 CST 2016
Am 09.02.2016 schrieb Asmus Freytag (t):
> On 2/8/2016 5:47 PM, Michael Everson wrote:
>> It’s what I was taught as the scientific romanization for Russian and Slavic in general.
>> Michael Everson *http://www.evertype.com/
Look at tables 27.1 (p. 348) and 27.2 (p. 351) of Paul Cubberley’s /The
Slavic Alphabets/ (=Peter T. Daniels and William Bright (eds.): /The
Word’s Writing Systems/, pp. 346–355). Obviously the soft sign <ь> is
transliterated as a prime <ʹ>, and the hard sign <ъ> as a double prime
<ʺ>. Also note that <ћ> [gʲ] is Romanized as <ǵ> which can hardly be
considered an apostrophe above <g>.
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