“u” Finals (Part 3)

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: ui, un, uo sound like wei, wen, wo respectively.

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

(Work-in-progress)
uiweiunwenuowo
a
b
ccuiits·waycunits·rowencuoits·wore
chchuichoochunchoo·rowenchuochoo·wore
dduidoo
e
f
gguigoogungoo·rowenguogoo·wore
hhuiwhohunwho·rowenhuowho·wore
jjunReference: ün
kkuicookuncocoonkuocoo·wore
llunloonluoloo·wore
m
nnunnoonnuonoon·wore
o
p
qqunReference: ün
rruirootrunruinruoraw
ssuisoothesunsoonsuoswore
shshuishoeshunshoe·rowenshuoshoe·wore
ttuitoo·waytuntoontuotoo·wore
w
xxunReference: ün
yyunReference: ün
zzuiodds·wayzunodds·rowenzuoodds·wore
zhzhuijune·wayzhunjunezhuojune·wore

To be continued…