In contrast to the few hundred Japanese kokuji and handful of Korean gukja, which are mostly rarely used characters for indigenous natural phenomena, Vietnamese scribes created thousands of new characters, used throughout the language.
On Chữ nôm Wikipedia, you can view vietnamese articles written in the Chữ nôm and Chinese characters and this conversion tool enables you to view those articles in the Vietnamese latin orthography.
Some Han characters may not have been input into the tool, so you can help improve the accuracy of this tool by leaving a comment below stating which Chinese or Chữ nôm words are missing and what their Vietnamese latin equivalents should be and I will add those words into the tool.
Note: This tool does not convert both ways, so if a Han Character word has been converted into romanized vietnamese, then it is not possible to have it converted back to the Han character. If you are literate in both Romanized Vietnamese and Chữ nôm characters and you wish to see a Vietnamese latin to Han Character conversion tool (similar to this one), then please send leave a message here to express your interest to help make a contribution.
Chinese Character and Chunom Characters to Vietnamese Converter
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