Traditional writing in Bisaya does not use a vowel killer and it only has two vowel kudlit (marks) ‘U’ and ‘I’ the reason is pre-Hispanic Bisaya does not distinguish between the soft ‘O’ ‘E’ sound and the hard ‘U’ ‘I’, so both soft and hard sounds represent one kudlit, this kudlit is place above and below, the U/O kudlit is place below and the I/E kudlit is place above.
Traditional Bisaya only has 3 Vowel character A U I, and 14 Consonant character:
Ha, Pa, Ka, Sa, La, Ta, Na, Ba, Ma, Ga, Da, Ya, Nga and Wa.
Da/Ra represent a single character in Traditional,
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