Romanization of Kyrgyz

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The Kyrgyz language language is written in the Kyrgyz alphabet, a modification of Cyrillic. There is not one commonly accepted system of romanization of Kyrgyz, i.e. a rendering of Kyrgyz in the Latin alphabet. Some Kyrgyz romanization systems are given below:

Cyrillic ALA/LC BGN/PCGN ISO 9
а a a a
б b b b
в v v v
г g g g
д d d d
е e e e
ё ë yo ë
ж zh j ž
з z z z
и i i i
й ĭ y j
к k k k
л l l l
м m m m
н n n n
ң n͡g ng
о o o o
ө ȯ ö ô
п p p p
р r r r
с s s s
т t t t
у u u u
ү ü ù
ф f f f
х kh kh h
ц ts͡ ts c
ч ch ch č
ш sh sh š
щ shch shch ŝ
ъ "
ы y y y
ь '
э ė e è
ю iu͡ yu û
я ia͡ ya â

Besides these systems, one may encounter different romanizations on e.g. road signs in Kyrgyzstan. For instance, "Чок" may be romanized as "Czoc".

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