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Nirichaen    Nirichaen

Nirichaen is an alphabet designed by Pieter Rottiers during a very boring day at school. It took him exactly two days to get it into its current form and make a font for it. The name Nirichaen is a Dardanian word and means ninety.

Notable features

Nirichaen alphabet

Characters

Nirichaen alphabet

* This form is only used as a capital (i.e. at the beginning of a proper name). At the end of a word the minor form is used.

Nirichaen numerals

Nirichaen numerals

Nirichaen punctuation

Nirichaen punctuation

Sample text in the Nirichaen alphabet

Sample text in the Nirichaen alphabet

Translitertion

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)

Download an Nirichaen font (TrueType format, 9K)

If you have any questions about the Nirichaen alphabet, you can contact Pieter Rottiers at Pieter Rottiers' email

Scripts invented by Pieter Rottiers

Bel'Arian, Cwirhald, Dhingion Niginair, Gorwelion, Nirichaen, Sadhain, Shirn Brádulë

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