The Rjo alphabet was invented by Bruce V. Bracken to write
a language that will be a precursor of his conlang, Üqoi.
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Direction of writing: vertical columns from right to left, or horizontally from left to right, ligatured or unligatured
- Used to write: Rjo
- Double vowels are long
- gg and kk are pronounced in the back of the throat
- y is like ü in German, but functions as a vowel glide
- l and r are semi-vowels
Sample text in Üqoi
Red and hand.
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