Inuktitut Romanization Table

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Inuktitut Romanization Table
by Library of Congress
ai i u a
pai pi pu pa p
tai ti tu ta t
kai ki ku ka k
gai gi gu ga g
mai mi mu ma m
nai ni nu na n
sai si su sa s
lai li lu la l
jai ji ju ja j
vai vi vu va v
rai ri ru ra r
qai qi qu qa q
ngai ngi ngu nga ng
nngi nngu nnga nng
&i &u &a &
hai* hi* hu* ha* h*


1. A long vowel is represented in syllabics by a superscript dot, in romanization by doubling

the letter (for example, ᓈᓃᑦ naaniit; ᑰᔾᔪᐊᖅ Kuujjuaq).

2. A circle over a character in the second column converts the vowel from i to aai (for

example, ᐂᓵᒃ Aaisaak).

  • Character used in the Nunavik region of Québec.

†Character used in the territory of Nunavut.

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