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This is just a rough guide to what I use in loosely transliterating when writing blog posts.

Note: The names of the letters and markings in this table are themselves given using loose transliteration.

Hebrew LetterPreciseLoose/Pronunciation
Aleph(not represented)
Beth (with dagesh)bb
Beth (no dagesh)bv
Gimel (with dagesh)gg
Gimel (without dagesh)gg
Daleth (with dagesh)dd
Daleth (without dagesh)dd
Hehh
Waw/Vavww
Zayinzz
Chethhch
TethTt
Yodyy
Kafkk
Lamedll
Memmm
Nunnn
SamekSS
Ayin;;
Pe (with dagesh)pp
Pe (without dagesh)ff
TsadeTts
Qofqq
Reshrr
Shinssh
Sinss
Tav (with dagesh)tt
Tav (without dagesh)tth
Pathachaa
Qamets-aAa
Qamets-hatufoa
Segolee
TsereEe
ShureqUu
Qibbutsuu
HolemOo
Vav or Yod as vowel lettersw or y following the vowelnot represented
He as vowel letterh following the vowelh following the vowel
Shewa (combined with any vowel)e a u osuperscripted if represented

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