I am sure many of you are checking on the status of the online dictionary. Good things are coming to the dictionary. The translations will be showed in the Phoenician letters as they were written thousands of years ago, and we will also have a transliteration in the Lebanese Language using the Lebanese Latin Letters system. Bear with me as I update the database with the new scripts. After that, I will be adding many terms as we go. Hopefully, this will be the last compatibility update I will do.
Another Important NoticeThis site uses for the Latin pronunciation of Phoenician and Lebanese terms the LLL system. I suggest you familiarize yourself with this system because it is web standard. For more information: Click Here
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