«ܘܝܩܝܦܕܝܐ:ܕܘܒܪܐ»: ܦܘܪܫܐ ܒܝܢܝ ܬܢܝܬ̈ܐ

Fixed points on syame.
(Fixed points on syame.)
3) ''' Do not adjust article font size.''' The standard Unicode font size for ''many'' fonts appear too small, but not for all of them. Try adjusting your own font settings instead of increasing the text size using markup language.<br>
4) '''Use the older method of transliteration.''' Where: /t/ → ܛ, /θ/ → ܬ, /k/ → ܩ, /x/ → ܟ, and any long or stressed vowels are marked (short vowels are ignored except when they occur near consonant clusters or word initially/finally).<br>
5) '''Rules for ''syame'' (ܣܝܡ̈ܐ) points''': The letters ܕ or ܪ always receive syame and, in the event of more than one ܕ or ܪ, syame occurs on the one nearest to the end of the word. Otherwise, there are no definite rules for the placement of syame points; they may be left to the discretion of the writer, though they generally occur on the lowest-rising letter or on the third or fourth letter from the end of the word. Remeber again that syame should never be used in the titles of articles.
5) '''Syame (ܣܝܡ̈ܐ)''' is better to be used on the last letter of the word or on resh (ܪ) when there is resh in the word and when there is more than one resh in the same word, use the syame on the last one of them.
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