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The Colonial Alphabet (French: l'Alphabet coloniale) is a romanization system for the Kai-Souk languages developed by French linguists in 1930 during colonial rule of the Samut Peninsula. In the Souk language it is known as aaoksa roma-sewk [a.ok.sɑ ro.mɑˀ sewk̚], meaning "Roman script system".
The colonial alphabet for Souk is described in detail in the romanization of the Souk language article; as I begin to develop the other Kai-Souk languages, I will expand this page to explain the various transcription schemes for each respective language.