The full set of Tengwar, created by J.R.R. Tolkien, also including a select set of punctuation marks and numerals 0 to 9. Note that many symbols do not corespond with their latin equivalent on the keyboard. Also note that, in order to write vowles separately, one has to use vowle carriers.
a/A = Tehtar A top/bottom
c/C = Calma/Anga
e/E = Tehtar E top/bottom
f/F = Formen/Ampa
h/H = Hyarnen/Hwesta sindarinwa
i/I = Tehtar I top/bottom
j/J = Yanta/Ure
k/K = Quesse/Ungwe
l/L = Lambe/Alda
m/M = Malta/Ngwalme
n/N = Numen/Ngoldo
o/O = Tehtar O top/bottom
p/P = Parma/Umbar
q/Q = Silme nuquerna/Aze nuquerna
r/R = Romen/Arda
s/S = Silme/Aze
t/T = Tinco/Ando
u/U = Tehtar U top/bottom
v/V = Osse/Halla
w/W = Vala/Vilya
x/X = Hwesta/Unque
y/Y = Anna/Ore
z/Z = Harma/Anca
-/_ = Telco/Ara
A Note From The Author:
Totally based on the LOTR translations of the Runes.
Tolkien did take some liberties in his books. (P and J for example)
CAPS is the standard, LowerCase are the Combos
Probably should switch that, let me know if that is what you want.
Upper and Lower case seems redundant so I have incorporated the letter combos into the lowercase alphabet.
It would be nice if this became a standard.
Numbers came from Stargate Universe and seemed appropriate and easy.
Other Lowercase Features:
+ is a Double Letter Indicator - Cutting is a lot of work
a is the 'Oak' A
b is the 'Tolkien' B
c is CH
d is ND
e is EA
f is EE
h is SH
k is CK
n is NG/ING
o is OO
t is TH
s is ST
If a tehta intersects with the telco of a tengwa, hold Shift to place it above.
Some tengwar have capitalized variants - T, S, and K. These represent th, sh, and gh, respectively.
Long vowels are written with both upper and lower tehtar; broom would be typed brUum. If this is not possible, the long vowel marker (typed with a capital J) is used; "thee" would be typed tIiH or tIJ.
Vowels at the end of a word are written below a vowel marker, typed with a capital H.
Three abbreviations are present: @, &, and _, representing ash (a/one), agh (and), and ishi (in/inside), respectively. More may be added.
My interpretation of a variation of the Tengwar optimized for Blackspeech and rendered in a unique style commissioned by the Dark Lord Himself.
Something to note: The symbol for th is represented by what should be the symbol for f, and the symbol for s is represented by what should be the symbol for th. This was to keep a consistent one base wide width for all of the characters. As well, nonstandard forms of h, s, z, l, and r were chosen specifically to keep the consistency between letters to an absolute maximum.
I adapted the Khuzdûl alphabet to the Basic Latim keyboard, but because of the different rune (some of the same sound), some could not be placed correctly. so here are the adaptations c = ch, q = kw, x = ow, A = á (aa),B = mb, C = sh, D = dh, E = é (ee), F = gw, G = gh, H = -h, J = ghw, K = kh, L = (*?), M = nw, O = ó (oo), P = ps, Q = khw, T = th, U = û, W = hw, X = ks, Y = hy, Z = zh, 1 = e, 2 = u, 3 = ö, 4 = ŋ (velar nasal), 5 = ts, 6 = g, 7 = gh, 8 = nd, 9 = ng. this link should help you http://www.google.com.br/imgres?um=1&sa=N&hl=pt-BR&biw=1440&bih=762&tbm=isch&tbnid=ySQenc2rYXZ6ZM:&imgrefurl=http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Khuzdul&docid=f8zx68pZG3deCM&imgurl=http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20070526150260/lotr/images/7/7f/Khuzdul.gif&w=342&h=292&ei=8-77Ufa0FIXK9gTg44GQDQ&zoom=1&ved=1t:3588,r:2,s:0,i:85&iact=rc&page=1&tbnh=180&tbnw=225&start=0&ndsp=25&tx=147&ty=108#imgdii=ySQenc2rYXZ6ZM%3A%3BAB8egcSoRx2cKM%3BySQenc2rYXZ6ZM%3A