Nahuatl Syllabics (ᓇᐜᐤᐊᕦᐦᑐᐜᓫᓕ)

Nahuatl Syllabics is a way to write Nahuatl with Inuktitut syllabics devised by Alexander R. He got the inspiration after watching a video about Inuktitut, and seeing a comment of a Nahuatl speaker from Mexico who liked the script and wished for her language to be written in it.

Nahuatl Syllabics


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Sample text

ᓄᖋ ᕦᑲᒣᐞ ᐃᐤᐊᐣ ᓯᐤᐊᒣᐞ ᑭᐱᐊᐞ ᒪᓄᐞ ᕹᓫᓕ ᕦᑲᑎᓭᐞ, ᓄᖋ ᓴᐣ ᓭ ᑐᕦᑌᙆᐳᐤᐃᓫᑎᓕᐢ ᐃᐤᐊᐣ ᑎᕦᑌᐸᓂᑕᓗᐞᑫᐞ, ᔦᑲ ᒧᓀᑭ ᕹᓫᓕ ᒪ ᑎᒧᐤᐃᑲᑲᐞ, ᒪ ᑎᒧᐃᐠᓀᓕᑲᐞ, ᒪ ᑎᒧᕦᓱᐞᕦᑲᐞ ᐃᐤᐊᐣ ᒪ ᑎᒧᕞᐸᓂᑕᑲᐞ.


Nochi tlacameh ihuan cihuameh quipiah manoh cualli tlacaticeh, nochi zan ze totlatechpohuiltiliz ihuan titlatepanitalohqueh, yeca monequi cualli ma timohuicacah, ma timoicnelicah, ma timotlazohtlacah ihuan ma timotlepanitacah.


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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