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  • n. A Latin alphabet-based orthography for Min Nan, created and introduced to Taiwan by Presbyterian missionaries in the 19th century. Has also been adapted for other languages, such as Hakka.

Etymologies

From Min Nan 白話字 ("vernacular writing"), Mandarin (pinyin) reading: Báihuà zì. (Wiktionary)

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