Ayeri Ornament Script
The Ornament Script was invented in April 2004 by Carsten Becker,
originally intended to be used as a script for artistic purposes
in his invented language, Ayeri, but later discarded for that purpose.
In that language, the script is called Tahano Veno (beautiful script).
- The shapes of the letters were inspired by vines.
- The script is essentially ornamental and can be written in
horizontally from left to right or in spirals.
- In theory the script could be adapted to write English
- The vowels with a grave accent (à, è, etc) are
known as 'variable vowels' and are part of Ayeri's verb morphology.
- The consonants n, m, j and v and the vowels o, ó and ò
can be mirrored if necessary.
Sample text in the Ayeri Ornament Script
Temihin Nay Perin / North-wind and Sun
Another script invented by Carsten Becker
Carsten Becker's page about the Ayeri language
Another script by Carsten Becker
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