Hellerican is a way to write American English with the Greek alphabet devised by Jesse Dominguez, who uses it with some of his friends. It is based on Attic and modern Greek pronunciations. It is designed to be typed on an Android keyboard.
Αλ 'Ήυμαν βηννς αρ βωρν φρη ανδ ηκουιλ ιν διγνιτη ανδ ρυτ'ς. Θει αρ ενδαυδ ουιθ ρησον ανδ κανσηος ανδ σχολδ ακτ τωρδ'ς ουαν αναθερ ιν ει σπιριτ ο'β βραθερ'όδ.
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)
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