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LLL for Japanese   LLL for Japanese

LLL for Japanese is a script created by Levi Layague Miranda in 2015, and is an extension of the original LLL for Tagalog. At first the extended LLL character set was only developed to translate Chinese loanwords in Tagalog (such as "pancit", "toyo", "lumpia", etc.) to LLL, for a more accurate, phono-semantic translation. Later on it became a stand-alone conscript with the addition of hiragana and katakana equivalents. It can be used to write Japanese, as well as Chinese.

Notable Features

Character Set

Equivalent LLL characters used in written Japanese can be classified as follows:

Romaji equivalents

The consonants of the LLL syllabary can be used to represent romaji. Actual romaji can be used for words or abbreviations.

Hiragana equivalents

The rules for hiragana equivalents are similar to that of LLL modified baybayin.

Hiragana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Hiragana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Hiragana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Hiragana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

1-6 stroke kanji equivalents

Any kanji with less than 7 strokes are represented in LLL by "tails" with or without "kudlit", and fundamental and primary brief forms. For more information about brief forms, tails and kudlit, see the LLL page.

1-6 stroke kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Katakana equivalents

The rules for katakana equivalents are similar to that of the LLL syllabary.

Katakana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Katakana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Katakana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Katakana equivalents in LLL for Japanese

7+ stroke kyōiku kanji equivalents

Radicals

Kangxi radicals with 7+ strokes and are included in the kyōiku list are represented in LLL by their corresponding tails (marked or unmarked with kudlit) plus a vertical line on the right side.

Examples

Examples of 7+ stroke kyōiku kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Repeated radical kyōiku kanji equivalents

Kanji under the kyōiku list that contains 2-3 (repeated) radicals are represented in LLL by their corresponding tails (marked or unmarked with kudlit) plus an LLL numeral corresponding to the number of radical repetition within the character.

Repeated radical kyōiku kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

7-9 stroke kyōiku kanji equivalents

Kanji under the kyōiku list with 7-9 characters are represented in LLL by their corresponding tails (marked or unmarked with kudlit) plus an LLL numeral (8 & 10 for 8 strokes and 9 & 1 for 9 strokes) corresponding to the stroke count. If the stroke count is 7, an encapsulating kudlit is used.

Examples

7-9 stroke kyōiku kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

10+ strokes kyōiku kanji equivalents

Kanji under the kyōiku list and with 10+ strokes that are not radicals or double/triple radicals, are represented in LLL by virtue of LLL secondary tail-syllabary combination. The phonetic component of the LLL representation is based on the equivalent LLL syllabary (half-form) of the pinyin of the character at hand. The semantic component is the corresponding tail of the approximate meaning of the character at hand.

Examples

10+ strokes kyōiku kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

7+ stroke secondary jōyō kanji equivalents

Kanji under the jōyō list but not under the kyōiku list and with 7+ strokes, are represented in LLL by virtue of LLL secondary tail-syllabary combination. The phonetic component of the LLL representation is based on the equivalent LLL syllabary (full-form) of the pinyin of the character at hand. The semantic component is the corresponding tail of the approximate meaning of the character at hand.

Examples

7+ stroke secondary jōyō kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

7+ stroke jinmeiyō kanji equivalents

Kanji under the jinmeiyō list and with 7+ strokes, are represented in LLL by virtue of LLL secondary tail-syllabary combination. The phonetic component of the LLL representation is based on the equivalent LLL syllabary (full-form) of the pinyin of the character at hand. The semantic component is the corresponding tail of the exact radical equivalent (if possible) of the character at hand. A characteristic mark or kudlit is placed at the lower left part of each character in order to distiguish them from secondary jōyō kanji equivalents.

Examples

7+ stroke jinmeiyō kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

7+ stroke hyōgai kanji equivalents

Kanji under the hyōgai list and with 7+ str okes, are represented in LLL by virtue of LLL secondary tail-syllabary combination. The phonetic component of the LLL representation is based on the equivalent LLL syllabary (full-form) of the pinyin of the character at hand. The semantic component is the corresponding tail of the exact radical equivalent (if possible) of the character at hand. A characteristic mark or kudlit is placed at the lower right part of each character in order to distiguish them from secondary jōyō kanji equivalents.

Examples

7+ stroke hyōgai kanji equivalents in LLL for Japanese

Sample text in LLL for Japanese

Sample text in LLL for Japanese

Japanese version

すべての人間は、生まれながらにして自由であり、かつ、尊厳と権利と について平等である。人間は、理性と良心とを授けられており、互いに同 胞の精神をもって行動しなければならない。

Transliteration

Subete no ningen wa, umarenagara ni shite jiyū de ari, katsu, songen to kenri to ni tsuite byōdō de aru. Ningen wa, risei to ryōshin to o sazukerarete ori, tagai ni dōhō no seishinn o motte kōdō shinakereba naranai.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

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