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The word čiγšabd in an Uyghur Mongolian style: exemplifying a dotted syllable-final γ, and a final bd itial taw ( t / d) and final mem ( m) can likewise be found written quite explicitly loopy (as in nom 'book' and toli 'mirror'): Block‑n-written ansliteration (s) & 'translation'.
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The Cyrillic alphabet used for Mongolian is as follows (with borrowed sounds in parentheses): Үү and Өө are sometimes also written as the Ukrainian letters Її (or Vv) and Єє respectively, when using Russian software or keyboards that do not support them.
Mongolian - type directly with the computer keyboard: type e= o= u= (or w) to get ё, ө, ү. type zh, ch, sh (or z=, c=, s=) to get ž, č, š.
Mongolian (монгол хэл) I. би (bi) you (singular) чи (či) he. тэр (ter) we. бид (bid) you (plural) та (ta) they. тэд нар (ted nar) this. энэ (ene) that. тэр (ter) here. энд (end) there. тэнд (tend) who. хэн (hen) what. юу (juu) where. хаан (haan) when. хэзээ (hezee) how. яаж (jaaž) not-гүй (-güj) (*suffix*) all. бүх (büh) many
Word-medial /k/ of Uyghur Mongolian (UM) has not one, but two correspondences with the three other scripts: either /k/ or aditional scholarship has reconstructed * /k/ for both correspondences, arguing that * /k/ was lost in some instances, which raises the question of what the conditioning factors of those instances were. 
A narrow space character, used in Mongolian to cause the final two characters of a word to take on different is no longer classified as space character (i. Zs category) in Unicode 6.3.0, even though it was in previous versions of the standard.
The state emblem of Mongolia was adopted on March 25, 1992, following the fall of the Communist e emblem is circular, with a tumen nasan (representing eternity) encircling a blue e blue field symbolyzes the clear sky during the side the blue field is a wind horse divided into two by Soyombo.
Ulzii Khee, often referred to as the "Endless Knot" is the Mongolian traditional symbol of eternity, a symbol, representing "the interweaving of the Spiritual path, the flowing of Time and Movement within That Which is l existence, it says, is bound by time and change, yet ultimately rests serenely within the Divine and the Eternal."