Wiktionary:Chechen transliteration

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These are the rules concerning transliteration in Chechen entries.

Wiktionary standard transliteration of Chechen. It follows Gippert, J.: Caucasian Alphabet Systems Based Upon the Cyrillic Script. (TITUS) (http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/didact/caucasus/kaukschr.pdf), with the exception of Chechen e and о, which are transliterated as e and o, and with the addition of custom-transliterated letters юь () and яь (). The letters found only in Russian loanwords follow the scholarly transliteration for Russian.

Wiktionary standard transliteration for Chechen
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А (A) Аь (Ä) Б (B) В (W) Г (G) Гӏ (Ġ) Д (D) Дж (Ǯ) Дз (Ʒ) Е (E) Ё (Ë) Ж (Ž) З (Z) И (I) Ий (Ī) Й (J) К (K) Кх (Q) Къ () Кӏ () Л (L) М (M) Н (N) О (O) Оь (Ö) П (P) Пӏ () Р (R) Рхӏ (Rh)
а (a) аь (ä) б (b) в (w) г (g) гӏ (ġ) д (d) дж (ǯ) дз (ʒ) е (e) ё (ë) ж (ž) з (z) и (i) ий (ī) й (j) к (k) кх (q) къ () кӏ () л (l) м (m) н (n) о (o) оь (ö) п (p) пӏ () р (r) рхӏ (rh)
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С (S) Т (T) Тӏ () У (U) Уь (Ü) Ф (F) Х (Χ) Хь () Хӏ (H) Ц (C) Цӏ () Ч (Č) Чӏ (Č̣) Ш (Š) Щ (Šč) Ъ (ʾ) Ы (Y) Ь () Э (E) Ю (Ju) Юь () Я (Ja) Яь () Ӏ (ʿ)
с (s) т (t) тӏ () у (u) уь (ü) ф (f) х (χ) хь () хӏ (h) ц (c) цӏ () ч (č) чӏ (č̣) ш (š) щ (šč) ъ (ʾ) ы (y) ь () э (e) ю (ju) юь () я (ja) яь () ӏ (ʿ)

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