Wiktionary:Requested entries (Zhuang)
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- cinhyenz - = 尊严, but a variant of cunhyenz
- cwyouz - = 自由, but a variant of swyouz
- maengcaeng - 
- mwngh - city? town?
Non-orthographic use of Latin script for Zhuang
The Lonely Planet China Phrasebook covers fourteen languages and or dialects of China, including Zhuang. For Zhuang they don't use the official orthography. Probably since few native speakers use it and people trying to read it would pronounce the tone letters as if they're regular letters.
- báat - eight
- béet - eight
- gōu - nine
- hāa - five
- īt - one
- lok - six
- nděu - one
- ngeai - two
- ngûu - five
- rōk - six
- shāt - seven
- ship - ten
- thǎam - three
- théi - four
- thǒong - two
- (Relevant: za:分类:Swhyienzsoq —suzukaze (t・c) 19:25, 15 June 2015 (UTC))