“u” Finals (Part 2)

Initials are bold / Finals are underlined / Suggested English words are highlighted – sometimes, two words are used with a dot ( · ) in-between, to be read as one / Italic characters are meant to be silent

Interesting note: uan, uang sound like wan, wang respectively.

A few tricky ones are spelled with “u” but pronounced like “ü” Finals.

(Work-in-progress)
uanwanuangwangue
a
b
ccuanits·one
chchuanchoo·onechuangchoo·swung
dduandoo·one
e
f
gguangoo·oneguanggoo·swung
hhuanwho·onehuangwho·swung
jjuanReference: üanjueReference: üe
kkuancoo·onekuangcoo·swung
lluanloo·one
m
nnuannuance
o
p
qquanReference: üanqueReference: üe
rruanroot·one
ssuansoothe·one
shshuanshoe·oneshuangshoe·swung
ttuantwo·one
w
xxuanReference: üanxueReference: üe
yyuanReference: üanyueReference: üe
zzuanodds·one
zhzhuanjune·onezhuangjune·swung

To be continued…