The Loma syllabary was invented during the 1930s by Wido Zobo of Boneketa,
Liberia. It was used among the Loma people, mainly for personal correspondence,
during the 1930s and 1940s but is no longer used having been replaced by the
Loma (Looma) is a Mande language spoken by approximately 310,000
people in Loffa County in the northwest of Liberia.
- Type of writing system: syllabary
- Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines.
- Used to write: Loma, a Niger-Congo language spoken in parts of Liberia
- Consists of 185 symbols.
- Some syllables here several versions.
The Loma font used on this page was created by Jason Glavy
Caroline Island Script,