The Apasyosus script was created in April 2006 by Christopher Yale Tang
(唐泰川) to write his constructed language, Disus. Disus
means "speaking" and Apasyosus comes from the word apothesis. They were
created during the Spring Festival of 2005. Disus includes many Romance
and Germanic words and the grammar seems like a simplification of the
grammar of an Indo-European language.
Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
When a syllable begins with a vowel, grade 2 vowels are used.
Grade 1 vowels are used on the consonants in other places.
/k/ is k in the beginning and middle of a word and is c in the end
tr sounds like a retroflex t and dr sounds like a retroflex d
ii sounds like i, and is just a mark appearing in the end of passive voice
Sample text in Apasyosus
Toutic houmou bori fric e sekwic ain regnatika e stitika. Bis aki
stætii avec rizeenika e koñçeenika, oti meti asesmou
avæks la vigirika do fraomoutika. (Gyeto Un do Espeblic Eenaoskleatus do houmec Stitika)
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood. (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
If you have any questions about Apasyosus, you can contact Christopher at
Other scripts invented by Christopher Yale Tang (唐泰川)