Its sound is actually like "-ay" (like in English "day"), not "uh"ے - "yeh barree" (AR: yaa2 barrii) - only used at the end of a word in Urdu/Farsi; its sound is close to English "uh", I guess
Again, the correct pronunciation is: 2ay (same as above but with glottal stop). Note that in Urdu, hardly any attention is paid to the glottal stop anyway!ۓ - same as above, but with a hamza (glottal stop); an attempt at a pronunciation: [ʔah]
I also have no idea about the "v" mark. I have never seen it.ێ - I have absolutely no idea what that should be. I found ۆ (waw with V) as a representation for "oe" (German ö? Thai oe?), but nothing for ێ.
*transliteration/pronunciationڈ - ddaal - interesting combination, but I'm not sure about the correct translation* ... maybe like the Hindi ध to distinguish it from द?
Uhm, thanks for bothering, I'm really embarrased... It's a long story involving a Jackass making himself mysterious... Thanks for telling me it doesn't mean anything, that's... kind of relieving...
P.S.: Sorry for my english, of course, it's better than my arabic (lol), but I think it's pretty limited.