Guarani Braille is the braille alphabet of the Paraguayan Guarani language. Letter assignments are those of Spanish Braille (less the accented vowels, which are not used in Guarani): that is, the basic braille alphabet plus ⠻ for ñ. An additional letter, ⠒, is used for glottal stop, written as an apostrophe in the Guarani print alphabet. (In Spanish Braille, and presumably in Guarani Braille as well, ⠒ is used for the colon.) Print digraphs such as ch and rr are digraphs in braille as well. In addition, the tilde in print is written as the letter ⠱ in braille, and comes before the letter it appears on in print. Thus the Guarani letters outside the basic Latin alphabet are:
⠒ ⠻ ⠱⠁ ⠱⠑ ⠱⠛ ⠱⠊ ⠱⠕ ⠱⠥ ⠱⠽ ’ ñ ã ẽ g̃ ĩ õ ũ ỹ
- UNESCO (2013) World Braille Usage, 3rd edition. (thanks, VanIsaac)
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