Ayvarith is the creation of TJ, who invented it to write his conlang,
Ayvarith, which is a combination and Arabic, Aramaic and Hebrew.
Type of writing system: abjad
Writing direction: right to left in horizontal lines.
All the diacritics are placed above the letters.
The text can be written without diacritics. Diacritics are used
only when emphasis is required.
Words are usually separated by spaces, but a dot between words
can be used. The usual punctuation marks are not changed, but when
used in the middle of the sentence they themselves are considered as
a stop or a word separator.
There are two sets of consonants, the basic ones, and the ones used
for loan or foreign words and names (in blue).
There are short and long vowels. Short vowels are made by placing
diacritics above the letters while long vowels are made by other letters
combined with the consonants.
By default, the "gavva" inherits the vowel "a" when it comes alone
above a letter. To make other combinations, the other diacritics are
placed beside the gavva.
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)
In the beginning was the mind
from the mind, the lights were created
God commanded the mind
go! then he went
come! then he came
Thus, God announced: by My Glory
you are my beloved
by you I judge
by you I command
by you I give (reward)
by you I punish