Vorizhaskh was invented for fun by Charlie Smith, to be used in
a book he is writing about the "country" of origin. It is for use
of any Slavic or Caucasian language, namely Georgian and Russian, and also can
be used as an English code.
In said book, the principality of Kamarynskaya is fighting a
full-scale war against their neighbor to the east, Deminiya.
Both nations use a Anglo-Slavic language, and while Kamarynskaya
uses the Cyrillic alphabet, Deminiya uses the Latin alphabet.
Vorizhaskhaya is the archaic civilization that has many a
resemblance to a Celtic or ancient Georgian tribal nation.
Vorizhaskh is the alphabet of that civilization.
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Direction of writing: left to right.
- Proper nouns are underlined
- Except for lack of apostrophe, all punctuation and numerals are the same
Akhad manlikha zhadve ga dzharapet fraii dan ekvel peda gadakhgada
da úbdegakhvílí. Dayi a' bethamadba ikh tr'eghta
dan pakhsaii da'dzhaad abrikh ferda uyn aghava pedaá shpashcha
agvet na bardashkavílí.
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)
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