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This page will explain some specific policies when working with the Tibetan language. Many of these policies can probably be applied to other similar languages (such as Dzongkha).
All Tibetan entries should be written in Tibetan script.
An extended form of Tibetan Pinyin is used to transcribe the Lhasa dialect. To mark tone (which would normally be derived from the orthographic consonant), the letters -f, -h, -v, and -w are used to denote the tones ˥˥, ˥˩, ˩˧, and ˩˧˨. (The absence of a tone mark means a neutral tone.)