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Risah kan tihte chu, ṭawng lamphungchîknaah chuan, ka emaw hnar aṭanga boruak chhuak tùr dan pin vek phawt a, dan pin thlaha boruak tihchhuah leh huk hmanga lam riphuite hi an ni. Entirnan: ch kan lam hian lei leh ha hmangin boruak kan dang bet phawt a, chumi chu kan sah leh huk a, chu chuan ch ri (chu chu IPA chuan [t͡s] tia ziah a ni) a siam a ni. Hei hi a chhan chu, ch kan lam hian t lam tùr angin boruak kan tipui phawt a, s lam ang maia kan thâwk chhuah leh huk sï vang a ni.

Chhinchhiahna[edit]

IPA-ah chuan risahte hi riphui dang pahnih zawm hmanga ziah a ni. Entirnan: Mizo ṭawnga tl chu [t͡l] (hei hi a chhan chu, tl kan lam hian t ria boruak hnawh phuiin bul kan ṭan phawt a, kan hnawh phuina chu l ri-a kan sah leh vang a ni.

Risah lar zual deuh deuhte chu:

  • p͡f
  • t͡sʼ
  • d͡z
  • t͡ɬ
  • d͡ɮ
  • t͡ʃʼ
  • d͡ʒ
  • t͡ɕʼ
  • d͡ʑ
  • t͡ʂʼ
  • d͡ʐ 
  • k͡xʼ

Thulâkna[edit]

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