Pinyin

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See also: pinyin and pīnyīn

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From Mandarin Chinese 拼音 (pīnyīn)

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Pinyin

  1. A system of romanization for Standard Mandarin, used in the People’s Republic of China, and more recently in other Chinese-speaking areas as well.
    Synonym: Hanyu Pinyin
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Pinyin

  1. A phonetic script or romanization system for a language spoken in the People's Republic of China.

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Pinyin

  1. A Grassfields Bantu language of Cameroon.

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Pinyin m

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