The Aceri Halit script was invented by Joel Barrott and combines
features of the Arabic, Devanagari, Thai and Tibetan scripts with
new characteristics added by Joel. He uses it as a alternative
way of writing English, but it can also be used to write other
languages written with the Arabic, Devanagari or Latin alphabets.
Type of script: vocalised abjad
Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
Used to write: English
Vowels are written above or below the consonants that precede
them, or are attached to the symbol for a if not preceded by a
Each syllable has a syllable 'streak' above it.
Aceri Halit alphabet
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