Wikipedia:Language notation/Cyan Arabic
The following is the Arabic notation made in Cyan by the National Institute of the Korean Language, which has not yet been officially confirmed.
※ Source: pp. 831~832, pp. 857~859 of the 'Revised Dictionary of Bare Words' (Hankyoreh Publishing, 2007, ISBN 9788984312388)
Table 22: Arabic Jamo and Hangul Match Table (Cyan)
* ( ) is written in accordance with Paragraph 1 of the detailed marking rules.
** When j and ẓ are used in Egyptian proper nouns, write them as 'a, he, (a)', 'j, z, (ㅅ)', respectively.
*** The 'poetry' of sh/š is written as one syllable when combined with the following vowel.
**** Ay and aw, which are commonly pronounced as 'a' and 'o', can be written as 'a' and 'oh', respectively.
Section 24: Arabic notation (cyan)
Write according to Table 22, taking advantage of the following characteristics. Paragraph 1: When the same consonant overlaps, the first consonant is written as the base of the preceding syllable in principle, and the first consonant of -rr- is written as 'r'. However, ʔ(أ), ḥ(ح), ʕ(ع), and h(ه) are written as if they do not overlap. Paragraph 2: Write 'U' before the consonant ʔ(أ), not at the end of the word. Paragraph 3: Write 'b' in front of consonants except for b(ب)d(د), t(ت), and s(س), and write 'b' before d, t, s and at the end of the word. However, in the case of -bb-, write it in accordance with Paragraph 1 of the detailed marking rules. Paragraph 4: Write 'sh' in front of the sh/š (ش) consonant and write 'shi' at the end of the word. However, in the case of -shsh-, write it according to Paragraph 1 of the Rules for Notation. Paragraph 5: When l in l(ل) comes before a vowel, write it as 'ㄹㄹ'. Paragraph 6: m(م)m is ' Write it as ㅁ', but write 'm' for -mn, -ml, -mr, and -lm as 'm'. Article 7: Write it as 'h' in front of the h(ه) consonant or at the end of the word. Article 8: w(و), y(ي)1) When it comes before a vowel, write it together with the following vowel.2) When it comes between a consonant and a vowel, write it apart from the previous consonant and write the following vowel. Write it together with When it comes after a consonant at the end of the word, write it apart from the preceding consonant. Article 9: Forms of articles al and al of proper nouns at, ath, ad, adh, ar, az, as, ash, as, ad, at, az In principle, , an should not be translated into Korean. However, if a word or article that has been idiomatically hardened in the form of an article appears in the middle of a phrase, write the article in Korean. write as