Consonant letter of the Korean Hangul alphabet
Hangul
Korean Alphabet rieul.png
Korean name
Transcriptions
Revised RomanizationRieul
McCune–ReischauerRiŭl

(Korean: 리을, rieul) is a consonant of the Korean alphabet. The Unicode for ㄹ is U+3139. Rieul is pronounced [r] at the beginning of a word and [l] at the end of a word. For example: 러시아 reosia ("Russia"), 별 byeol ("star").[1][2][3]

Stroke order

Stroke order in writing ㄹ

Other communicative representations

Type Letter Unicode HTML
Compatibility Jamo U+3139 ㄥ
Hangul Jamo Area Initials ᄅᅠ U+1105 ᄅ
Finals ᅟᅠᆯ U+11AF ᆯ
Hanyang Private Use Initials U+F798 
Finals U+F88B 
Halfwidth U+FFA9 ᄅ

References

  1. ^ "Korean". Omniglot. Retrieved 2021-10-20.
  2. ^ "Script and pronunciation". University College London. Retrieved 2021-10-20.
  3. ^ Jiyoung Shin, Jieun Kiaer, Jaeeun Cha (2012). The Sounds of Korean. Cambridge University Press. pp. XiX–XX. ISBN 9781139789882.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
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