Evreísmo alphabet    Evreísmo alphabet

The Evreísmo alphabet was invented by C. J. Bennett, Jr. (cjbennettjr@yahoo.com) It developed from a block-letter alphabet called Hebreísmo. Hebreísmo was invented to write Castilian Spanish with Hebrew characters. Evreísmo is used to write a modified version of Castilian Spanish called Ha-Evré

Evreísmo alphabet

Evreísmo alphabet

Notes

  • Evreísmo is written from right to left in horizontal rows.
  • The Alternate Vowel Forms may only appear over the following letters: B, Ch, D, F, G, H, J, K, M, N, Ny, P, S, T, Z.
  • Only one vowel may appear over a letter.
  • Accent marks appear below the consonant with the alternate vowel form or below the vowel.
  • Accent marks separating two vowels must appear below the U or I.
  • Accent marks also show the syllable of stress when that syllable is not the penultimate syllable; the penultimate syllable is the proper syllable of stress.

Sample text in the Evreísmo alphabet

Transliteration

Todil ha-rasatim humanil nazent libril i igualil en ha-dignidada i ha-derechim i, vadotatil komo sant de ha-razono i ha-konzienzia, debent rakomportatse fraternalmente ha-unim kon ha-otrim.

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)

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