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Baybayin, The Ancient Filipino Syllabary

Please go through a tutorial before using this quick reference. Each symbol represents a syllable; the vowel is built in. The kudlt
above indicates the vowel e/i; below, the vowel o/u. The cross-shaped virama cancels the vowel sound at the end of a word.

b
k
d, r
g
h
l
m
n
ng
p
s
t
w
y

a
a
b
k
d
g
h
l
m
n
N
p
s
t
w
y

e/i
I
bee
ki
di
gi
hi
li
mi
ni
Ni
pi
si
ti
wi
yi

o/u
U
bo
ku
du
gu
hu
lu
mu
nu
Nu
pu
su
tu
wu
yu

Reference: http://www.mts.net/~pmorrow/bayeng1.htm

example

bt
knin=
dito
gbi
hNin-=
lks=
mrmi
nku
NOn=
pl
sriw
tO
wl
ymn=

bat
kanin
dito
gab
hangin
laks
marami
nak
ngayn
pal
sariw
tao
wal
yaman