Rtug alphabet Rtug

The Rtug alphabet was invented by "Neonlights" in 2010. He drew inspiration from the cursive Arabic abjad. The alphabet is used to write the Rnin language.

Notable features

  • Type of script: alphabet
  • Direction of writing: left to right, in horizontal lines
  • Contains 18 consonants (four of which are syllabic) and 10 vowels
  • Contains a bunch of decorative punctuation marks used by the poets in ancient times

Rtug alphabet

Consonants

Rtug consonants

Vowels

Rtug vowels

Notes

  • Rtug is written in a cursive style, and there is no typographic standard.
  • There were many versions of the letters w and e, but only one of each was accepted.

Punctuation

Rtug punctuation

  • Basic punctuation is used in everyday texts.
  • Prose punctuation is used in prose texts (mostly administrative).
  • Poetry punctuation is used in poems

Numerals

Rtug numerals

Sample text

Sample text in Rtug

Transliteration

Omīpkatī burbāī dgurī bltīab tfējdr glējīdrab. Kī damīd zāzam sīnsamab hāvab klefī gikanjtih gizih vrūtin.

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)

If you have any questions about the Rtug Script, you can contact "Neonlights" at: nix868[at]gmail[dot]com

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