This is an abugida for my conlang Tanume. The vowel marks don't display correctly in the preview but they go above the consonant letters. The writing system can go in any direction, as long as the open side of the square is facing the correct direction. The characters with angle brackets are numbers.
My best conlang.
That it's called "This thing".
We can be Cloŋ.
The font is too small.
This Conscript is Intended for the Dubbing Fanon Wiki.
Hazaf 5x9 Origin is a font created for the orthography of the Hazaf language. It contains all 25 letters (22 in the alphabet + J W Y) with both uppercase and lowercase characters. Each character is drawn on a 5x9 square grid.It also includes official Hazaf punctuation (" ' @ &).
Ȟeriš can by typed with the letter H.
Šlifen can by typed with the letter X.
A stylistic alternative for the letter Kana can be typed with the letter Q.
A Latin & is also included in the typeface, and is assigned with the £ symbol.
A script to write down my conlang, Khamese. Replacement to another script of mine which is an abugida, but it was too hard for me to encode so I made this instead. It was inspired by Thai and Khmer lettering.
1:1 2:2 3:3 4:4 5:5 6:6 7:7 8:8 9:9 0:0 -:- ^:-ā
q:q w:w e:-ī r:r t:t y:y u:-u i:-i o:-ū p:ʾ @:a [:th
a:-a s:š d:d f:f g:gh h:h j:j k:k l:l ;:; ::: ]:dh
z:z x:sh c:kh v:ʿ b:b n:n m:m ,:, .:. /:/ _:ḥ
!:! “:" ‘:' (:( ):)
W:ū E:-e R:o T:ṭ Y:ī U:u I:i O:-o P:p
A:ā S:ṣ D:ḍ G:g J:e L:ɫ
Z:ẓ C:ch V:v ?:?
The script of the gods. Produced for the project Sephira Tale: Reclaiming the Light. Inspired by Anglo-Saxon Runes and the Ethiopian Ge'ez script.
Here are some notes on the orthography:
'C' is mapped to the /x/ or /ç/ sound, the voiceless velar fricative.
'Q' is mapped to /tʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar affricate.
'X' is mapped to /ʃ/, the voiceless postalveolar fricative.
The voiceless dental fricative /θ/, as in 'thorn' is mapped to the letter that appears when you enter 'þ'.
The voiced dental fricative /ð/, as in 'the' is mapped to the letter that appears when you type 'ð'.
Optionally the 'D' or 'Z' can also be mapped to this sound in some contexts.
The cluster 'tion' that appears at the end of words can be rewritten as 'xun'.
When writing for the 'qu' cluster, use 'kw', 'ku' or 'kv' instead.