Hena'haa Nehe Hena'haa Nehe script

The Hena'haa Nehe alphabet was created by Ganeshavatâr (Dino Castelbou) as an alternative way to write Cheyenne, a Plains Algonquian language spoken in Montana and Oklahoma in the USA. The name Hena'haa Nehe means "Spirit of the Eagle" in Cheyenne.

Notable features

Hena'haa Nehe script

Hena'haa Nehe script

Sample text

Sample text in Hena'haa Nehe


Information about Hena'haa Nehe (in French)

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