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Unformatted text preview: e yu ya 1 Where two forms of a letter are given, the second one is the form used at the end of a word. 2 Not represented in transliteration when initial. 3 The Hebrew letters are primarily consonants; a few of them are also used secondarily to represent certain vowels, when provided at all, by means of a system of dots or strokes adjacent to the consonated characters. 4 The letter gamma is transliterated nonly before velars; the letter upsilon is transliterated uonly as the final element in diphthongs. 5 This sign indicates that the immediately preceding consonant is not palatized even though immediately followed by a palatized vowel. 6 This sign indicates that the immediately preceding consonant is palatized even though not immediately followed by a palatized vowel. 2-27...
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