Spelling in Gwoyeu Romatzyh - Tonal Rules - Rime Table

Rime Table

The term Rime, as used by linguists, is similar to rhyme. See Rime table.

Rimes in Gwoyeu Romatzyh
IPA Tone 1 Tone 2 Tone 3 Tone 4 IPA Tone 1 Tone 2 Tone 3 Tone 4 IPA Tone 1 Tone 2 Tone 3 Tone 4 IPA Tone 1 Tone 2 Tone 3 Tone 4
-y -yr -yy -yh i yi ii
(yii)
ih
(yih)
u wu uu
(wuu)
uh
(wuh)
iu yu eu
(yeu)
iuh
(yuh)
a ar aa ah ia ya ea
(yea)
iah
(yah)
ua wa oa
(woa)
uah
(wah)
ai air ae ay iai yai eai
(yeai)
iay
(yay)
uai wai oai
(woai)
uay
(way)
au aur ao aw iau yau eau
(yeau)
iaw
(yaw)
an arn aan ann ian yan ean
(yean)
iann
(yann)
uan wan oan
(woan)
uann
(wann)
iuan yuan euan
(yeuan)
iuann
(yuann)
ang arng aang anq iang yang eang
(yeang)
ianq
(yanq)
uang wang oang
(woang)
uanq
(wanq)
e er ee eh ie ye iee
(yee)
ieh
(yeh)
uo wo uoo
(woo)
uoh
(woh)
iue yue eue
(yeue)
iueh
(yueh)
ei eir eei ey uei wei oei
(woei)
uey
(wey)
ou our oou ow iou you eou
(yeou)
iow
(yow)
en ern een enn in yn iin
(yiin)
inn
(yinn)
uen wen oen
(woen)
uenn
(wenn)
iun yun eun
(yeun)
iunn
(yunn)
eng erng eeng enq ing yng iing
(yiing)
inq
(yinq)

ong
(ueng)
orng
(weng)
oong
(woeng)
onq
(wenq)
iong yong eong
(yeong)
ionq
(yonq)
el erl eel ell

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