Chinese Pinyin uses Roman letters to represent the pronunciation of the Chinese characters.
The numbers to select distinguish up to 4 different ways of tone variation.
To start Pinyin lookup please type any of the characters in yellow column, to undo press arrow left.
On two line options with dot and space in the yellow column, press dot to see the list of already complete transliterations, press space to get more options.
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