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The Aromanian alphabet is a variant of the Latin script used for writing the Aromanian language. The current version of the alphabet was suggested in 1997 at the Symposium for Standardisation of the Aromanian Writing System in Bitola, Republic of Macedonia. It was then adopted by most Aromanian writers in the Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania.
|C, c||/k/, /tʃ/||/k/ when followed by "a", "o", "u" or a consonant; /tʃ/ when followed by "e" or "i"|
|Dh, dh||/ð/||Used only for notation in particular accents where this phoneme is present, otherwise "d" is used|
|G, g||/ɡ/, /dʒ/, /ɣ/||/ɡ/ before "a", "o", "u" or a consonant (/ɣ/ in some dialects), /dʒ/ before "e" and "i"|
|K, k||/k/||Used mainly for foreign words – "c" is normally used|
|Lj, lj||/ʎ/||Found in Macedonian Latin alphabet|
|Nj, nj||/ɲ/||Found in Macedonian Latin alphabet|
|Q, q||/k/||Mainly used for foreign words – "c" is normally used|
|Th, th||/θ/||Used only for notation in particular accents where this phoneme is present, otherwise "t" is used|
|W, w||/w/||Only used in foreign words|
|X, x||/ks/, /ɡz/||Same pronunciation as found in English|
|Y, y||/ɣ/, /j/||/ɣ/ before "e" and "i", /j/ in foreign words|
In addition, the digraphs "ch" (/k/ before "e" and "i") and "gh" (/ɡ/ before "e" and "i", /ɣ/ otherwise) are used.
In the 1980s and 1990s, there was a renewed push for creating a standard writing system. Aromanian began being taught in schools in the Republic of Macedonia, Albania, and Romania. Members of various Aromanian societies around the world held conferences every few years, all with the main goal of promoting a standard Aromanian alphabet.
Besides the standardized alphabet, there still exist other variants. Those based on the Latin alphabet often use the letters â, ă, î, ș, ț (as does Romanian) and also ḑ, ľ, ń. In Greece, Aromanian is usually written using the Greek script.
- Cunia, T. On the Standardisation of the Aromanian System of Writing Archived February 21, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- Aromanian alphabet at Omniglot