Japanese Phonetics - Part 2 : Step 4.1: (1)

 

Hereinafter in the matrices you may find various phonetical sounds likely or unlikely effective in the real experience composed of basic phonemes [C+V], [C+"y"+V] leaded by an unit of phonemes [V+"n"]. In this case [V+"n"] followed by a single vowel (a, i, u, e or o) when written in English characters should be added with a separation sign ['] between halfvowel "n" and any of vowel folloed so as not be confused with a case like [vowel + consonat [n] (i.e. not halfvowel "n") + vowel]. For example, a set of phoneme [in + a] sounds like [in'a](here [n] is a halfvowel "n") without liaizon of sound with followed vowel like as [ina](here [n] is a consonant). The effective phonetical sounds in the following matrices consist of mostly words or idiomes, with inclusion of onomatopeias. These words and idiomes may often be omonims.

Take note : it is considered in unique Ei Cohen's phonetical theory that a set of phenomes [V+"n"] consists of a mono-syllable sound conposed of two phenomes. So all sounds shown in following matrices should be bi-syllable sounds (or wotds or idioms, sometimes phrasal expressions).

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [V]

V+"n"

V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
a An'a In'a Un'a En'a On'a
i An'i/あんい In'i/いんい Un'i/うんい En'i On'i/おんい
u An'u In'u/いんう Un'u En'u/えんう On'u
e An'e In'e Un'e En'e On'e
o An'o In'o Un'o En'o On'o

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ka Anka/あんか Inka / いんか Unka/うんか Enka / えんか Onka /おんか
ki Anki/あんき Inki/いんき Unki/うんき Enki / えんき Onki/おんき
ku Anku/あんく Inku/いんく Unku Enku/えんく Onku/おんく
ke Anke Inke Unke Enke/エンケ Onke
ko Anko/あんこ Inko/ いんこ Unko/うんこ Enko/えんこ Onko/おんこ

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
sa Ansa Insa Unsa Ensa Onsa/おんさ
si/shi Ansi/shi/あんし Insi/shi/いんし Unsi/shi Ensi/shi /しえん Onsii/shi/おんし
su Ansu Insu Unsu Ensu Onsu
se Anse Inse Unse Ense Onse
so Anso Inso Unso Enso/えん Onso/おんそ

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings. an

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ta Anta/あんた Inta Unta Enta Onto
ti/chi Anti/chi/あんち inti/chi/いんち Unti/chi/うんち Enti/chi Onti/chi/おんち
tu/tsu Antu/tsu Intu/tsu Untu/tsu Entu/tsu Ontu/tsu
te Ante Inte Unte Ente Onte
to Anto Into Unto/うんと Ento Onto

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
na An’na/あんな In'na/インナ Unna Enna On'na/おんな
ni An’ni/あんに In'ni/いんに Unni Enni Onni
nu An’nuあんぬ Innu Unnu En'nu / ぬえん Onnu
ne An’neあんね Inne Unne Enne Onne
no An’no/あんの In'no/いんの Un'no/うんの Enno Onno

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Note: Halfvowel "n" followed by a consonat [n] may be separated with sepaation sign ['] as shown here, but it is not necessarily to do so.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ha Anha Inha Unha Enha Onha
hi Anhi Inhi Unhi Enhi Onhi
hu Anhu Inhu Unhu Enhu Onhu
he Anhe Inhe Unhe Enhe Onhe
ho Anho Inho Unho Enho Onho

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ma An'ma/あんま In'maいんま Unma En'ma/えんま Onma/おんま
mi Anmi Inmi Unmi Enmi On'mi/おんみ
mu Anmu In'mu/いんむ Un'mu/うんむ En'mu/えんむ Onmu
me Anme Inme Unme Enme Onme
mo Anmo Inmo Un'mo/うんも Enmo Onmo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Attention : In this case also Halfvowel before Consonant [m] doesn't make euphonically change or elide into "m". It always stand ligid on itself. So never should be written as "Amma" instead of "An'ma" for example and may be written with separation sign ['] as shown here.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V](or, ["y"+V])

V+"n"

"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ya Anya/あんや Inya Unya Enya/ えんや Onya
yu Anyu/あんゆ Inyu/いんゆ Unyu/うんゆ Enyu/ えんゆ Onyu
yo Anyo/あんよ Inyo Unyo Enyo Onyo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Take note: Halfvowel "n" followed by halfvowel "y" should sounds so as not to get liaison with following halfvowel "y"(i.e. both halfvowels should be pronounced separetedly), then you are advised to put necessarily a separation sign ['] or [-] between both halfvowels as shown here when writing in use of English caracters.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ra Anra Inra Unra Enra Onro
ri Anri Inri Unri Enri Onri
ru Anru Inru Unru Enru Onru
re Anre Inre Unre Enre Onre
ro Anro Inro Unro Enro/えんろ Onro

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
wa Anwa Inwa Unwa Enwa Onwa/おんわ

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ga Anga Inga/いんが Unga/うんが Enga Onga/おんが
gi Angi Ingi Ungi Engi/えんぎ Ongi/おんぎ
gu Angu/あんぐ Ingu/いんぐ Ungu Emgu Ongu
ge Ange Inge Unge Enge/えんげ Onge
go Ango/あんご Ingo/いんご Ungo Engo/えんご Ongo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
za Anza/あんざ Inza Unza Enza/えんざ Onza
zi/zhi Anzi/zhi/あんじ Inzi/zhi/いんじ Unzi/zhi Enzi/zhi/えんじ Onzi/zhi
zu Anzu/あんず Inzu Unzu/うんず Enzu/えんず Onzu
ze Anze Inze Unze Enze Onze
zo Anzo Inzo Unzo Enzo Onzo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings. an

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
da Anda/あんだ Inda Unda Enda Enda
di/dzi Andi/dzi Indi/dzi Undi/dzi Endi/dzi Ondi/dzi
du/dsu Andu/dzu Indu/dzu Undu/dzu Endu/dzu Ondu/dzu
de Ande Inde Unde Ende Onde
do Ando=/あんど Indo/インド Undo Endo Ondo/おんど

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
ba An'ba/あんば In'ba/いんば Unba Enba On'ba/おんば
bi Anbi In'bi/いんび Unbi En'bi/ えんび Onbi
bu An'bu/あんぶ In'bu/いんぶ Unbu En'bu/えんぶ Onbu
be Anbe Inbe Unbe Enbe Onbe
bo Anbo Inbo Unbo Enbo Onbo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Attention : Here Halfvowel before Consonant [b] doesn't make euphonic change or elide into "m"in liaison with [p] followed. It always stand solid on itself. So never should be written as "Amba" instead of "An'ba" with a separation sign ['] between[ "n"] and [b] for example as shown here.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+V]

V+"n"

C+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
pa Anpa In'pa/インパ Unpa Enpa On'pa/おんぱ
pi An'pi/あんぴ Inpi Unpi Enpi Onpi
pu An'pu/あんぷ In'pu/いんぷ Unpu Enpu Onpu
pe Anpe Inpe Unpe Enpe Onpe
po An'po/あんぽ In'po/インポ Unpo Enpo Onpo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Attention : Here Halfvowel before Consonant [p] doesn't make euphonic change or elide into "m"in liaison with [p] followed. It always stand solid on itself. So never should be written as "Ampi" instead of "An'pi" with a separation sign ['] between[ "n"] and [p] for example as shown here.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
kya Ankya Inkya Unkya Enkya Onkya
kyu Ankyu Inkyu Unkyu Enkyu Onkyu
kyo Ankyo/あんきょ Inkyo/いんきょ Unkyo Enkyo Onkyo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
tya/cha Antya/cha Intya/cha Untya/cha Entya/cha Ontya/cha
ti/chi Anti/chi/あんち Inti/chi/いんち Unti/chi/うんち Enti/chi/ Onti/chi/おんち
tyu/Chu Antyuyu/chu Intyu/chu Untyu/chu Entyu/chu Ontyu/chu
tye/Che Antye/che Intye/che Untye/che Entye/che Ontye/che
tyo/Cho Antyo/cho Intyo/cho Untyo/cho Entyo/cho Ontyo/cho

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
hya Anhya Inhya Unhya Enhya Onhya
 
hyu Anhyu Inhyu Unhyu Enhyu Onhyu
 
hyo Anhyo Inhyo Unhyo Enhyo Onhyo

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
mya Anmya Inmya Unmya Enmya Onmya
 
myu Anmyu Inmyu Unmyu Unmyu Onmyu
 
myo Anmyo Inmyo Unmyo Unmyo On'myo

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Attention : Here Halfvowel before Consonant [m] doesn't make euphonic change or elide into "m". It always stand ligid on itself. So never should be written as "Ommyou" instead of "On'myou"( in cas of effective composition of trisyllable sounds) for example.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
rya Anrya Inrya Unrya Enrya Onrya
 
ryu Anryu Inryu Unryu Enryu Onryu
 
ryo Anryo Inryo Unryo Enryo/えんりょ Onryo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
gya Angya/あんぎゃ Ingya Ungya Engya Ongya
 
gyu Angyu Ingyu Ungyu Engyu Ongyu
 
gyo Angyo Ingyo Ungyo Engyo/えんぎょ Ongyo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
zya Anzya/あんじゃ Inzya/いんじゃ Unzya Enzya/えんじゃ Onzya
 
zyu Anzyu/あんじゅ Inzyu/いんじゅ Unzyu Enzyu Onzyu
 
zyo Anzyo Inzyo Unzyo Enzyo/えんじょ Onzyo

Double syllable sounds highlighted by red color have their own meanings.

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

Note: "zya", "zyu", "zyo" may be written as "ja", "ju", "jo" respectively in written texts.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
Dya Andya Indya Undya Endya Ondya
 
Dyu Andyu Indyu Undyu Endyu Ondyu
 
Dyo Andyo Indyo Undyo

Endyo

Ondyo

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
bya Anbya Inbya Unbya Enbya Onbya
 
byu Anbyu Inbyu Unbyu Enbyu Onbyu
 
byo Anbyo Inbyo Unbyo Enbyo Onbyo

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

Bisyllable sounds composed of [V+"n"] plus [C+"y"+V]

V+"n"

C+"y"+V

An(あん) In(いん) Un(うん) En(えん) On(おん)
pya Anpya Inpya Unpya Enpya Onpya
 
pyu Anpyu Inpyu Unpyu Enpyu Onpyu
 
pyo Anpyo Inpyo Unpyo Enpyo Onpyo

 

Dymmed components of phonenes haven't any meaning in japanese Language.

 

 

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