Mike Lensman (epagan1781 at gmail dot com) created the Oxidilogi
alphabet to write a conlang he's currently working on. The shapes
of the letters are based on the 'Phags-pa
script. The name of the alphabet is a working title based on the
Greek for acid and script. It's called this because the people in
the fictional world, which will be built along side the conlang,
etched all of their writing into brass or stone using acid.
- Oxidilogi is written in vertical two-glyph columns running in
a left to right and top to bottom direction.
- A vertical line is used to separate columns.
- A horizontal line is used for punctuation.
- This glyph:
is used as a placeholder for stand-alone vowels. When it appears
without a vowel symbol it indicates the presence of a vowel, though
not the exact vowel.
- The sounds represented by vowel symbols are determined by the type
of consonants to which they are attached.
Oxidilogi vowel symbols
Longer sample text (Tower of Babel)
Download an Oxidilogi font (TrueType format, 127K)
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