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transliterate something (from something) (to something)

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to decode something from one set of symbols to another. Donald transliterated the tale from Cyrillic script into Roman letters and still couldn't read it aloud. Can you transliterate this from the original Bengali script into the Roman alphabet? I will transliterate this into Cyrillic.
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(5) For a transliteration of this text, see ETCSL c.4.27.07 online at bin/etcsl.cgi?text=c.4.27.07#, and for an English translation see ETCSL t.4.27.07 online at
Selection of transliteration tools in integrated library system cluster on the basis of global recommendations and local requirements for the college libraries.
His thorough transliteration and translation into English of both texts, especially the MS Or.Ii.6.45, help students of Indonesian and Southeast Asian Islam to develop further research not only on early exegetical tradition but also on early Islamic scholarship in general in the region.
The second volume consists of a complete transliteration and translation of the text, followed by an index of lemmata, a useful tool that will enable scholars to look up a number of words, their uses, and transformation.
While Google does offer transliteration features via its Indic Keyboard, Gboard also offers other features like inbuilt Google Search and Google Translating features
Each sound or word demonstrated on the video is printed three ways on the screen: in Cyrillic, in Russica transliteration, and in IPA transcription.
The present study aimed at identification of the English transliteration Quranic plants based on the spelling knowledge in the verses of Holy Quran according to Noble Quran.
Keywords: Urdu Digital, Digital Books, Urdu Web, Online Urdu, Transliteration, NCPUL, Digital Collections, Urdu Unicode Fonts
He had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him, and thus became the model for Santa Claus, whose modern name comes from the Dutch Sinterkls, itself from a series of elisions and corruptions of the transliteration of 'Saint Nikolaos'.
Kyrie Eleison (Greek for "Lord have mercy"; the Latin transliteration supposes a pronunciation as in Modern Greek) is a very old, even pre-Christian, expression used constantly in all Christian liturgies.
Man'yoshu: Book 20: A New English Translation Containing the Original Text, Kana Transliteration, Romanization, Glossing and Commentary
Throughout Umrah, Pilgrims are prompted with the key Duas and supplications that they can listen to as well as read in Arabic, English or English transliteration. The app also allows them to compose their own personal Duas and have them accessible at any time on the toolbar.
Tuosule is a transliteration of Tesla in Cantonese Chinese.
A sense of urgency emerged to implement spelling standardizations of names and places, one involving the often intricate process of linguistic analytics--automatically isolating, extracting and identifying words for transliteration so they align with IC standards and match with confidence against watchlists and other databases.