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Call for help! 'U' Release name Mandarin speakers

Thanks, Mohanmmed.

In Chinese Pinyin, there are not any words starting with i, u, or v. :-(

Regarding U, the pronunciation is /u:/ in English, but it has to use
together with w, like wu.
There are several alternatives.
1. use some words having the pronunciation /u:/, like Wu Zhen[1], a very
beautiful town close to Shanghai.
2. use some words starting with U, but not really Chinese, like
Urumqi, Ulanhot,
which are city names in China.

[1] https://goo.gl/maps/r6sipo1bkjn

On Thu, Feb 14, 2019 at 11:18 AM Tony Breeds <tony at bakeyournoodle.com>

> On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:09:35PM -0500, Mohammed Naser wrote:
> > So: chatting with some folks from China and weâ??ve got the interesting
> problem that Pinyin does not have a U!
> >
> > http://xh.5156edu.com/pinyi.php
> I admit this doesn't surprise me.
> > I will leave it for some of the locals who mentioned that they can
> clarify more about that :)
> Yup, if there isn't anything that naturally fits with the establish
> criteria we'd just have a number of items that are 'exceptional' and get
> TC endorsement for similar to https://review.openstack.org/#/c/611511/
> Yours Tony.

Fred Li (æ??æ°¸ä¹?)
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