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Evíon

Evíon

Evíon was invented by Daniel M. Pulley in 2005. He was inspired by the Arabic script, the Tengwar of Fëanor, and a little bit by Divine epiphany. It can be used to write Evíon, a language Daniel is invented, and with some modification, English, Altaen, French, Spanish, German and other languages.

Notable features

  • Type of writing system: alphabet
  • Direction of writing: written horizontally from left to right, right to left, or alternating in either direction if one so wishes.
  • There are no letters for g, p, q, z, w, or f.
    g and p are replaced by j, q by cv, z by x, w by v and f by ph.
  • The ordering of letters is vowel and then consonant, if a vowel is on top of a consonant, then the vowel is read first. Vowels can stand alone after consonants, but in the middle of a word, the vowel carrier is used, or in cases of complex vowels, then the top vowel is read before the lower vowel.
  • x, d, l have two forms, initial and intermediate, the initial form is used at the beginnings of words, the intermediate form elsewhere.

Evíon alphabet

Evíon alphaet

Sample text in the Evíon alphabet

Sample text in the Evíon alphabet

Transliteration

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 the Evíon alphabet, you can contact Daniel Pulley at uraegos@yahoo.com.

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