Shandanese    Shandanese

The Shandanese script was invented by Javier Miranda in 2001 while he was on vacation in Puerto Rico. He uses it to write his conlang, also called Shandanese, which was inspired by the Ancient Egyptian language and has pronunciation similiar to Arabic and Greek.

Notable features

  • Type of writing system: alphabet
  • Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
  • Used to write: Shandanese, a conlang invented by Javier Miranda
  • Words are written in red and are separated by a spacer in blue
  • The symbols can all be found in the Wingdings font

Shandanese script

Shandanese script

Sample text in Shandanese

Sample text in Shandanese

Translation

This is called the Shandanese script.

If you have any questions about Shandanese, you can contact Javier Miranda at: boricua_luv_forever@yahoo.com

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