Davé    Davé

The Davé alphabet was invented by Robert Holley as a way to write his Spanish-based conlang, Davesh. It could also be used to write English and Spanish, and perhaps other languages.

The alphabet is written with a single horizontal line connecting all the letters and words, in a similar way to Devanagari. Words are separated by a short vertical line through the horizontal line. Periods, question marks and exclamation points are indicated by circles on the horizontal line or below it.

Notable features

  • Type of writing system: alphabet.
  • Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines.
  • Used to write: Davé

Davé alphabet

Davé alphabet

Sample text

Sample text in Davesh in the Davé alphabet

Transliteration

Tados béjéros úmanos jan bítéré fraros í ébúlos én digníto í rarotés. Jan endúvaré con racéro í conshenso í déren adaran a tados pésonos én ún spíro dé bradashaco.

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Translation

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 Davé or Davesh, you can contact Robert at: ragazzo.americano@gmail.com

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