Ta (Javanese)

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For a more general overview encompassing other Indic scripts, see Ta (Indic)
Aksara nglegena Aksara pasangan
Javanese script
Latin orthography ta
Phoneme [t]
Unicode U+A9A0

is one of syllable in Javanese script that represent the sound /t̪ɔ/, /t̪a/. It is transliterated to Latin as "na", and sometimes in Indonesian orthography as "to". It has two other forms (pasangan), which are ◌꧀ꦠ and ◌꧀ꦠꦸ (if followed by 'ꦸ' and several other glyphs), but represented by a single Unicode code point, U+A9A0.[1][2][3]


It's pasangan form ◌꧀ꦠ, is located on the bottom side of the previous syllable. For example, ꦥꦼꦝꦺꦠ꧀ꦠꦺ - pedhete (his/her buffalo), which, although transliterated with a single 't', is written using double 'ꦠ' because the rootword ('pedhet', buffalo) ends in 'ꦠ'.

The pasangan has two forms, the other is used when the pasangan is followed by 'ꦸ', 'ꦹ', 'ꦿ', 'ꦽ', or 'ꦾ'. For example, ꦲꦤꦏ꧀ꦠꦸꦩ - anak tuma (little flea)


The letter ꦠ has a murda form, which is .


Nglegena forms Pasangan forms
 ta ꦠꦃ tah ꦠꦁ tang ꦠꦂ tar ◌꧀ꦠ -ta ◌꧀ꦠꦃ -tah ◌꧀ꦠꦁ -tang ◌꧀ꦠꦂ -tar
ꦠꦺ te ꦠꦺꦃ teh ꦠꦺꦁ teng ꦠꦺꦂ ter ◌꧀ꦠꦺ -te ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦃ -teh ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦁ -teng ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦂ -ter
ꦠꦼ tê ꦠꦼꦃ têh ꦠꦼꦁ têng ꦠꦼꦂ têr ◌꧀ꦠꦼ -tê ◌꧀ꦠꦼꦃ -têh ◌꧀ꦠꦼꦁ -têng ◌꧀ꦠꦼꦂ -têr
ꦠꦶ ti ꦠꦶꦃ tih ꦠꦶꦁ ting ꦠꦶꦂ tir ◌꧀ꦠꦶ -ti ◌꧀ꦠꦶꦃ -tih ◌꧀ꦠꦶꦁ -ting ◌꧀ꦠꦶꦂ -tir
ꦠꦺꦴ to ꦠꦺꦴꦃ toh ꦠꦺꦴꦁ tong ꦠꦺꦴꦂ tor ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦴ -to ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦴꦃ -toh ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦴꦁ -tong ◌꧀ꦠꦺꦴꦂ -tor
ꦠꦸ tu ꦠꦸꦃ tuh ꦠꦸꦁ tung ꦠꦸꦂ tur ◌꧀ꦠꦸ -tu ◌꧀ꦠꦸꦃ -tuh ◌꧀ꦠꦸꦁ -tung ◌꧀ꦠꦸꦂ -tur
ꦠꦿ tra ꦠꦿꦃ trah ꦠꦿꦁ trang ꦠꦿꦂ trar ◌꧀ꦠꦿ -tra ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦃ -trah ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦁ -trang ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦂ -trar
ꦠꦿꦺ tre ꦠꦿꦺꦃ treh ꦠꦿꦺꦁ treng ꦠꦿꦺꦂ trer ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺ -tre ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦃ -treh ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦁ -treng ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦂ -trer
ꦠꦽ trê ꦠꦽꦃ trêh ꦠꦽꦁ trêng ꦠꦽꦂ trêr ◌꧀ꦠꦽ -trê ◌꧀ꦠꦽꦃ -trêh ◌꧀ꦠꦽꦁ -trêng ◌꧀ꦠꦽꦂ -trêr
ꦠꦿꦶ tri ꦠꦿꦶꦃ trih ꦠꦿꦶꦁ tring ꦠꦿꦶꦂ trir ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦶ -tri ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦶꦃ -trih ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦶꦁ -tring ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦶꦂ -trir
ꦠꦿꦺꦴ tro ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦃ troh ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦁ trong ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦂ tror ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦴ -tro ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦃ -troh ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦁ -trong ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦺꦴꦂ -tror
ꦠꦿꦸ tru ꦠꦿꦸꦃ truh ꦠꦿꦸꦁ trung ꦠꦿꦸꦂ trur ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦸ -tru ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦸꦃ -truh ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦸꦁ -trung ◌꧀ꦠꦿꦸꦂ -trur
ꦠꦾ tya ꦠꦾꦃ tyah ꦠꦾꦁ tyang ꦠꦾꦂ tyar ◌꧀ꦠꦾ -tya ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦃ -tyah ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦁ -tyang ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦂ -tyar
ꦠꦾꦺ tye ꦠꦾꦺꦃ tyeh ꦠꦾꦺꦁ tyeng ꦠꦾꦺꦂ tyer ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺ -tye ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦃ -tyeh ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦁ -tyeng ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦂ -tyer
ꦠꦾꦼ tyê ꦠꦾꦼꦃ tyêh ꦠꦾꦼꦁ tyêng ꦠꦾꦼꦂ tyêr ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦼ -tyê ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦼꦃ -tyêh ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦼꦁ -tyêng ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦼꦂ -tyêr
ꦠꦾꦶ tyi ꦠꦾꦶꦃ tyih ꦠꦾꦶꦁ tying ꦠꦾꦶꦂ tyir ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦶ -tyi ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦶꦃ -tyih ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦶꦁ -tying ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦶꦂ -tyir
ꦠꦾꦺꦴ tyo ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦃ tyoh ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦁ tyong ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦂ tyor ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦴ -tyo ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦃ -tyoh ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦁ -tyong ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦺꦴꦂ -tyor
ꦠꦾꦸ tyu ꦠꦾꦸꦃ tyuh ꦠꦾꦸꦁ tyung ꦠꦾꦸꦂ tyur ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦸ -tyu ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦸꦃ -tyuh ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦸꦁ -tyung ◌꧀ꦠꦾꦸꦂ -tyur

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Campbell, George L. Compendium of the World's Languages. Vol. 1. New York: Routledge, 2000.
  2. ^ Soemarmo, Marmo. "Javanese Script." Ohio Working Papers in Linguistics and Language Teaching 14.Winter (1995): 69-103.
  3. ^ Daniels, Peter T and William Bright. The World's Writing Systems. Ed. Peter T Daniels and William Bright. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
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