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Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang (한글 딕 이트 툰 장)

Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang was created in April 2014 by M. Fikri Ansori, a teenager from Rejang Lebong, Bencoolen, Indonesia, as an alternative script for Rejang, his mother tongue. While Rejang has its own writing system, Surat Ulu, Fikri is not keen on it, and as he loves Korean and Hangeul he decided to write Rejang with Hangeul. The name Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang (한글 딕 이트 툰 장) means, Hangeul For Rejang People. Its contains a 31 letters (Buak , 부악): 15 consonants (후룹 딕 이둡, hurup dik idup) and 16 vowels (후룹 딕 마트이, hurup dik matei).

Notable features

  • Type of writing system: alphabet
  • Direction of writing: Written from left to the right in horizontal lines
  • Used to write: Rejang
  • Number of letters: 31 letters
  • The final forms of S, R, H, etc. are written S (ㅅ) R (ㄹ) and H (ㅎ) + vowel Eu (으). For example: 브ㄹ라스 (belas)
  • The letter L letter is developed from a double R (ssang rieul), ㄹㄹ
  • To write Ng in initial position we can use 응

Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang alphabet chart

Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang alphabet chart

The red letters are not used in final position.

Vowels (후룹 딕 마트이 Huruf Dik Matei)

Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang vowels

Consonants (후룹 딕 이둡 Huruf Dik Idup)

Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang vowels

The red letters are not used in final position.

Sample text in Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang

쿠트 느 마누시오 요 바 ㄹ라히아 므이 드니오 빅 므르데카 응엔 푸뇨 하르고 디르이 응엔 학 딕 사모/스르이. 토보 오 느ㄹ르이 투한 아카 응엔 아트이 누라니 응엔 크ㄹ락 느 브쿠앋 도 응엔 ㄹ르연 낙 ㄹ름 라소 스파수악

Transliteration into Latin

Kutə nə manusio yo ba lahia məi dənio bik mərdeka ngen punyo hargo dirəi ngen hak dik samo/sərəi. Tobo o nələi Tuhan aka ngen atəi nurani ngən kəlak nə bəkuat ba do ngen ləyən nak ləm raso səpasuak.

Translation (Indonesian)

Semua orang dilahirkan merdeka dan mempunyai martabat dan hak-hak yang sama. Mereka dikaruniai akal dan hati nurani dan hendaknya bergaul satu sama lain dalam semangat persaudaraan.

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 Hangeul Dik Ite Tun Jang, you can contact Fikri at: fikrianurudha@gmail.com or @FSSapulette on the Twitter.

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