Asha'fru'kretobi is the alphabet for Ash'fru, a language invented
by Christopher Yale Tang (唐泰川) in the winter of 2005.
The word Ash'fru means "heavenly inspirition" while Asha'fru'kretobi means
"writing Ash'fru". Christopher invented the language to keep his diary and
to make secret notes. Sometimes his family communicates with each other
(especially with him) in some ash'fru words and simple sentences.
Asha'fru'kretobi letters are based on the shapes of Armenian letters
but some also resemble Latin letters. The vocabulary of Asha'fru'kretobi is
based mainly on Chinese and Manchu, and dozens of English words are also
involved, while the grammar is a total invention.
- An apostrophe is used to divide each part that would appear together
when written in Latin, for example, Asha'fru'kretobi, while a divide mark
(sepano) is used when writing in Asha'fru'kretobi
Sample text in the Asha'fru'kretobi alphabet
Ddyui a byodi dignisha'a'drosha'deg nate'houtou'touti. Risha'a'konsha'vek
pa'inde'son, anitou trite'ote'a fretouni'huwaliyasha'deg.
(Henduhemeta'kresulosi Drosha'houtous'givit, Yali Fudo)
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 Asha'fru'kretobi, you can contact Christopher
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