Definitions for "Transliteration"
The act or product of transliterating, or of expressing words of a language by means of the characters of another alphabet.
the act of writing or spelling (words, letters, etc.) in corresponding characters of another alphabet
For the Macintosh script management system, the conversion of characters that are phonetic representations of the same sound sequence between subscripts within a script. In the Roman script system, this means case conversion. For Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, transliteration refers to the conversion, without linguistic or semantic considerations, of characters from one subscript to another subscript within a script. Examples include the transliteration of Japanese Hiragana to Katakana, and the transliteration of Korean Jamo to Hangul.