Amadz was invented by Jase Daniels as the official language for a novel currently being written. As a former Hebrew Linguist in the Navy, Daniels became fascinated with languages after attending the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California and sought to create and use a fictional language for his book.
Nezhbehom dunith um danothu ano nezhinu, um khenyid ebahom. Wez'ov lu-ukhem vukhhir yalag zadzvean doreninu bizgarov.
All living things come into being as equals and as such,
are to be respected equally. We charge ourselves with the
responsibility to better Mother Earth with this in mind.
From the Aamdzeanu Declaration of Rights
Download a font for Amadz (TrueType, 7K)
Note: The font is set up to use with Hebrew-QWERTY keyboard to keep with the right to left look of the language. However it is also established on the US English keyboard for convenience.
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