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| ''au''
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==Segni diacritici==
Il sistema di scrittura khmer contiene anche alcuni [[segni diacritici]], usati per modifiche aggiuntive della pronuncia.
 
{| class="wikitable"
! Diacritic
! Khmer name
! Function
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|ំ}}</big>
| {{lang|km|និគ្គហិត}} ''{{transl|km|nĭkkôhĕt}}''
| Il ''niggahīta'' del [[pali]], collegato all'[[anusvara]]. Si presenta come un piccolo cerchio scritto sopra una consonante oppure una vocale dipendente successiva. Il segno nasalizza la vocale inerente oppure dipendente in questione, con l'aggiunta di una {{IPA|[m]}}; le vocali lunghe diventano corte.
| <big>{{lang|km|ះ}}</big>
| {{lang|km|រះមុខ}} ''{{transl|km|reăhmŭkh}}''<br>"faccia scintillante"
| Collegato al [[visarga]]. Si presenta come due piccoli cerchi scritti dopo una consonante o una vocale dipendente successiva. Il segno aggiunge una {{IPA|/h/}} finale alla vocale inerente o dipendente to the inherent or dependent vowel.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|ៈ}}</big>
| {{lang|km|យុគលពិន្ទុ}} ''{{transl|km|yŭkôleăkpĭntŭ}}''
| Si presenta come due punti. È un simbolo relativamente recente e viene scritto dopo una consonante. Esso indica che è seguito dal una vocale corta e uno [[stop glottale]].
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៉}}</big>
| {{lang|km|មូសិកទន្ត}} ''{{transl|km|musĕkâtônd}}''<br>"denti di topo"
| Due linee verticali, scritte sopra una consonante, usate per convertire caratteri consonantici terminanti in -o nei corrispettivi in -o ({{lang|km|ង ញ ម យ រ វ}}). Quando è usato con il carattere {{lang|km|ប}} ''bâ'', converte il suono in ''p''.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៊}}</big>
| {{lang|km|ត្រីសព្ទ}} ''{{transl|km|treisâpt}}''
| Si presenta come una linea ondulata scritta sopra una consonante ed è usato per trasformare alcuni caratteri consonantici terminanti in -a ({{lang|km|ស ហ ប អ}}) nei corrispettivi in -o.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|ុ}}</big>
| {{lang|km|ក្បៀសក្រោម}} ''{{transl|km|kbiĕh kraôm}}''
| Also known as {{lang|km|បុកជើង}} ''{{transl|km|bŏkcheung}}'' ("collision foot"); a vertical line written under a consonant, used in place of the diacritics ''{{transl|km|treisâpt}}'' and ''{{transl|km|musĕkâtônd}}'' when they would be impeded by superscript vowels.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|់}}</big>
| {{lang|km|បន្តក់}} ''{{transl|km|bântăk}}''
| A small vertical line written over the last consonant of a syllable, indicating shortening (and corresponding change in quality) of certain vowels. See [[#Modification by diacritics|Modification by diacritics]].
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៌}}</big>
| {{lang|km|របាទ}} ''{{transl|km|rôbat}}''<br/>{{lang|km|រេផៈ}} ''{{transl|km|répheăk}}''
| This superscript diacritic occurs in Sanskrit loanwords and corresponds to the [[Devanagari]] diacritic ''repha''. It originally represented an ''r'' sound (and is romanized as ''r'' in the UN system). Now, in most cases, the consonant above which it appears, and the diacritic itself, are unpronounced. Examples: {{lang|km|ធម៌}} {{IPA|/tʰɔː/}} ("dharma"), {{lang|km|កាណ៌}} {{IPA|/kaː/}} (from karṇa), {{lang|km|សួគ៌ា}} {{IPA|/suərkie ~ suəkie/}} ("[[Svarga]]").
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៍}}</big>
| {{lang|km|ទណ្ឌឃាដ}} ''{{transl|km|tôndâkhéat}}''
| Written over a final consonant to indicate that it is unpronounced. (Such unpronounced letters are still romanized in the UN system.)
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៎}}</big>
| {{lang|km|កាកបាទ}} ''{{transl|km|kakâbat}}''
| Also known as a "crow's foot", used in writing to indicate the rising intonation of an exclamation or [[interjection]]; often placed on [[Grammatical particles|particles]] such as {{IPA|/na/}}, {{IPA|/nɑː/}}, {{IPA|/nɛː/}}, {{IPA|/ʋəːj/}}, and on {{lang|km|ចា៎ះ}} {{IPA|/caːh/}}, a word for "yes" used by females.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៏}}</big>
| {{lang|km|អស្តា}} ''{{transl|km|âsda}}''<br>"number eight"
| Used in a few words to show that a [[#Consonants with no dependent vowel|consonant with no dependent vowel]] is to be pronounced with its inherent vowel, rather than as a final consonant.
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|័}}</big>
| {{lang|km|សំយោគសញ្ញា}} ''{{transl|km|sanhyoŭk sannha}}''
| Used in some Sanskrit and Pali loanwords (although alternative spellings usually exist); it is written above a consonant to indicate that the syllable contains a particular short vowel; see [[#Modification by diacritics|Modification by diacritics]].
|-
| <big>{{lang|km|៑}}</big>
| {{lang|km|វិរាម}} ''{{transl|km|vĭréam}}''
| A mostly obsolete diacritic, corresponding to the [[virama]], which suppresses a consonant's inherent vowel.
|}
 
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