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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of syllabary

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of syllabary:
/sɪlɑbɹ̩i/

Derived Form of syllabary

noun
plural: syllabaries
Noun
1
a writing system whose characters represent syllables
Synonymssyllabic script,
Type ofscript,
TypesDevanagari, Devanagari script, Linear B, Nagari, Nagari script,
See alsosyllabic,

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  1. They are sounds. Sounds capable of writing any syllable in the language. In a full syllabary,
  2. you noticed something about the Mayan syllabary? Consonant plus vowel, consonant plus vowel,
  3. ways: the syllabary can also clarify the sounds you should make when you read a logograph.
  4. one of those more elaborate syllabary-plus-logograph types. But that script had come and it had
  5. side or oo below. So in India, characters are syllables, but, unlike a full syllabary,
  6. write those voweled consonants in syllable units, like a syllabary.
  7. simplified Chinese characters by turning them into a fixed syllabary, which they now use
  8. terms. Then they use the syllabary to write little grammatical words and word pieces or
  9. They are sounds. Sounds capable of writing any syllable in the language. In a full syllabary,
  10. you noticed something about the Mayan syllabary? Consonant plus vowel, consonant plus vowel,
  11. ways: the syllabary can also clarify the sounds you should make when you read a logograph.
  12. one of those more elaborate syllabary-plus-logograph types. But that script had come and it had
  13. side or oo below. So in India, characters are syllables, but, unlike a full syllabary,
  14. write those voweled consonants in syllable units, like a syllabary.
  15. simplified Chinese characters by turning them into a fixed syllabary, which they now use
  16. terms. Then they use the syllabary to write little grammatical words and word pieces or
  17. learn 92 syllabary symbols and 2,000
  18. In Cyprus, a different script, called the Cypriotic Syllabary, was used between the 11th and the 4th centuries BCE,
  19. Okay, the Japanese language works in that it's a syllabary
  20. and is written with the Tibetan syllabary which is actually closer to the scripts found in India and Nepal.