Web KeypadKeyboard Explanation
If you're looking for a place to type Musa, and you don't need this keypad (because you're using another keyboard, or copy-pasting), try the Scratchpad.
This keyboard also accepts entry via transliteration: you can type Roman letters, and it will interpret them as Musa letters according to the spelling conventions of American English, with some particularities (shown at right: click the image to expand it). Write stressed vowels with capital letters. For more information, visit this page.