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Palladius table

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This Palladius table is a complete listing of all Palladius system syllables used in cyrillization of Standard Chinese. Each syllable in a cell is composed of an initial (columns) and a final (rows). An empty cell indicates that the corresponding syllable does not exist in Standard Chinese.

The below table indicates possible combinations of initials and finals in Standard Chinese, but does not indicate tones, which are equally important to the proper pronunciation of Chinese. Although some initial-final combinations have some syllables using each of the five different tones, most do not. Some utilize only one tone. Finals are grouped into subsets а (a), и (i), у (u) and юй (ü).

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Palladius table Wikipedia


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