Irxti Modern Alphabet (I.M.A.)
Simon Halfdan Hvilshøj Andersen invented the Irxti Modern
Alphabet for an alien civilization which will appear in a short Sci-Fi
novel he's currently writing. It's used to write Mixil, Oxtelans and
Utshien. These three languages are interrelated as the two latter are
descendants from the Mixil.
- The I.M.A. is written in horizontal lines from left to right.
- It is used almost in the same way than the Roman Alphabet with English.
- The capital letters are used as the first letter of proper names,
and more generally, after punctuation (including the coma).
Irxti Modern Alphabet
The I.M.A. has only eight digits as the Irxti numbering system is octal.
Digits are grouped in fours and these groups are separated by a space.
The integer part and decimal part of a number is separated by a coma.
The Irxti digits are written with the least significant digit on the
left; the opposite to the standard Western way.
(1,457.5)10 = (2,661.4)8 = 4,1662
(45,154)10 = (130,142)8 = 2410 13
Sample text in Mixil in the Irxti Modern Alphabet
Shiel belavalas ve tolien o adien tun rient o jieden gatelin. Antiel
ienti o kasado keli, Ve oro ve dexteo antiel na tun kadexes boxens teni.
(Extoien Oro ve Belavalas tun Semira)
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)
You can download a free Irxti font from:
Other alphabets invented by Simon Halfdan Hvilshøj Andersen
Irxti Modern Alphabet (I.M.A.),
Jeernervaniaan Standard Extended alphabet (JSEA),
Obúka lún Êkimyú
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