The Engarun script was created by René M P for the fictional conworld known as Wah’gai. The Engarun (lit. "The Language") script is held by most of the “pureblood” inhabitants of Wah’gai to be the oldest writing system in existence, and has been preserved through the millennia in their myths, legends and religions. More recently, after the rise of the Agnostic and Atheistic movements, the language has come to be viewed as more of a cultural fixture rather than a medium of worship.
/ʃɜ:wʌdɒ, hʌbni:nte ʌba:Rʊli:lʌ mɒa:nʌtna: eıtʃʊa:te laınǝ nehlɒdu:n wʌji:na: dɒ, li:ʌwjeıte zǝdi:lʌdu:n ena:mvǝdmei:lʌ ba:gena: dɒ. eıtʃʊa:te tʊdendu:n wǝʃɒi:lʌ lǝma:dna: dɒ sǝdu:n lıeıtʃʊa:te hʌeıtʃʊai:lʌ a:nvemeım feıadɒhi: dɒ./
Shuwado, habninte abarulila moanatna echuate laina nehlodun wayina do, liawyeite zudiladun enamvedmeila bagena do. Eichuate tudendun wushila lumadna do sedun lieichuate haeichuaila anvemeim feiadohi do.
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)
Also by René M P
Wata’echi / Southern Archipelago Script
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