"A Baybayin Tradition worth Repeating."
|From a 1635 land deed. UST Archives.|
“Vowel sign doubling: Tagalog script historically shares with Buginese a spelling convention that can be called “vowel sign doubling”. This consists in marking a consonant letter with two vowel signs, either the same or two different ones, to represent two succeeding syllables beginning with the same consonant.”
~ Miller (2011-2014)
Here's a recent chart to explain the dual/doubling/repeating marker system:
|Baybayin dual / doubling / repeating marker system chart.|
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