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- Sakha is usually divided into two dialects, an eastern 'a' dialect and a western 'o' dialect. The 'a' and 'o' refer to whether or not rounding harmony was historically applied progressively or regressively, e.g.
- proto-form *xatun 'woman'
- a-Dialect: xatïn
- o-Dialect: xotun
- The literary dialect is based on the o-Dialect as spoken in Yakutsk.
- Dolgan is a similar variety with its own literary standard. It is sometimes considered a dialect of Yakut. If so, it falls into the o-Dialect group.
Writing System with Transcription
|Аа (a)||Бб (b)||Вв (v)||Гг (g)||Ҕҕ (ɣ)||Дд (d)||Дьдь (dʼ)||Ее (e, ye)|
|Ёё (yo)||Жж (ž)||Зз (z)||Ии (i)||Йй (y)||Кк (k)||Лл (l)||Мм (m)|
|Нн (n)||Ҥҥ (ŋ)||Ньнь (ń)||Оо (o)||Өө (ö)||Пп (p)||Рр (r)||Сс (s)|
|Һһ (h)||Тт (t)||Уу (u)||Үү (ü)||Фф (f)||Хх (x)||Цц (ts)||Чч (č)|
|Шш (š)||Щщ (šč)||Ъъ||Ыы (ï)||Ьь||Ээ (e)||Юю (yu)||Яя (ya)||Several letters, including those without transcriptions noted, are found only in Russian loanwords.|
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