The Osmari Script was created by Oskar Holmström to write Rnengàti, a constructed language invented by one of his friends. He wanted something that looked pretty orderly and after several attempts, he came up with a script composed of equal-height letters in only one case, as both he and his friend saw no need to include uppercase letters.
Oskar also adapted the script to write his own constructed language, Nerean or Nerjagol. This involved adding a few letters and excluding some from the original Rnengàti alphabet. However, Oskar felt that he wanted a more ornate version of the script, that could be used on formal occasions. He experimented for a bit and eventually settled on something he was happy with.
Pan tinesin menésecī ǩašīnat lībirocī etic jemelocī in xariatyr etic réðin. Gefernat mēð lăgiks etic konšasar etic vederæža mōdr īlišin in en espirites eze ǩakšalhata.
Pan tinesin menésecii khashiinat liibirocii etic ghemelocii in xariatyr etic réðin. Gephernat meeð laugiks etic konshasar etic vederæzha moodr iilishin in en espirites eze khakshalhata.
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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