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t10087.232018-01-09About The Romanization of Chinese "女"在下觉得罗马化应该按规则来,毕竟汉语拼音是国际标准。拼读的话,nv中的v难以拼读,因为在绝大多数语言中,v是作辅音而非元音。包括在汉语中,v(注音符号为「ㄪ」,国际音标为/v/)也是作为辅音的。 以上提到的nu和nyu两种罗马化是在技术上无法使用ü时才会用。nu是之前中华人民共和国护照上的常用转写
t10087.212018-01-09About The Romanization of Chinese "女"在下也说了,我对vndb有没有条目所有权不清楚,所以才作出上述疑问,并作出推测。上面所有权那句话是疑问句而非反问句。 阁下也可以发现到,我在这里开这个贴子之后就没作出ü的编辑,所以开贴子就是为了寻共识。没有共识之前,我不会作进一步编辑,这一点阁下尚可放心。 我也不觉得这是什么「审美
t10087.192018-01-09About The Romanization of Chinese "女"@18 by bunny1ov3r 那我想了解下你们的立场是「ü太难打了,懒得打所以用v」还是说「根本就不应该用ü」? 如果是前者,你们觉得难打我可以代劳。 但你改别人已经建好的条目是否已经超出“我可以用ü么”的范畴了?vndb应该没有所谓「条目所有权」吧
t10087.172018-01-09About The Romanization of Chinese "女"@11 by bunny1ov3r 当然你可以选择不听,结果大概是edit war吧我是中文维基百科编者,有一定的wiki编辑经验了,所以当然不会搞编辑战。正是因为避免编辑战,所以我才来这里发贴寻求共识。 你可以去找一些最近编辑过的中文条目,查看历史是哪位用户修改的,再去他们的主页询问他们的意见
t10087.102018-01-08About The Romanization of Chinese "女"@wyq928576 Nowadays, ISO 7098 (aka Pinyin) is widely used for the romanization of Chinese, that's why we should use "ü", since there are no
t10087.82017-12-31About The Romanization of Chinese "女"@tyr Thanks for agreeing with me. However, unfortunately, many people in China, even some local govenment departments, make the mistake of using "v
t10087.52017-12-30About The Romanization of Chinese "女"Yes. I've considered about this problem. The search engine of vndb is not as smart as Google. That's why I stop editing blindly and start a
t10087.32017-12-30About The Romanization of Chinese "女"I know that. But I think romanization should not be influenced by IME. "nv" won't appear on a passport of P.R.China or any other formal occasions
t10087.12017-12-30About The Romanization of Chinese "女"Hi. Sorry for my poor English. I found that the Chinese word "女" is romanizated into "nv" in most pages in vndb by most editors. However, according
t10085.12017-12-29About MeI will introduce myself here because vndb doesn't provide a place for me in profile. About Me
t6556.282017-12-29This is the rise of Chinese vnIn my opinion, it's subjective to comparing among languages. Besides, literally, Chinese is not *a* language, you are talking about Mandarin now. And