Word splitting & hyphenation conventions in roman transliteration

John Smith jds10 at CUS.CAM.AC.UK
Mon Feb 8 13:05:34 UTC 1999

On Mon, 8 Feb 1999, Rolf Koch wrote:

> nagari taddhi means tat hi  (and not tad dhi)
> nagari tattvasti means tat tu asti (and not tat tv asti), etc
> greetings
> John Smith wrote:
> > ...

Of course -- that's why they are to be written tad dhy asti, tat tv asti
as I originally said. Or are you suggesting something different?

I should perhaps have said that this Roman usage has been standard for
many years, and is enshrined in the draft ISO standard for transliteration
of Indian languages (ISO/TC46/SC2).

John Smith

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