The Lamai script was created by Albert Nguyen to write his conlang, Lamai. Lamai is a constructed language hypothetical spoken in China and Burma. The script is based on the Khmer and Burmese alphabets.
Saraah lukh ra ngaw laai bwe lam taw plaa bwe lam ba kote lone sa gaah lone saaem pyei. Khiy baahn laai lukh maen suhkh maai nuh lii gla ei phia maen. Deiyt yu laai goo bliang saah.
səraː luk rə ŋau̯ le̞ː ɓwɛ ləm təu̯ plə ɓwɛ ləm ɓə kou̯ʔ lõu̯ sə ɡaː lõu̯ sæːm pje kʰɪi̯ ɓaːn le̞ː luk mæn sɯk me̞ː nɯ lɪː ɡlə e pʰiə̯ mæn ɗei̯ʔ ʝu le̞ː ɡoː ɓliə̯ŋ saː
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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