The Sorur alphabet was created by Alex Gómez to write in his conlang, Otsilian, named after its speakers, an alien race from a fictional world called Otsilia (Otsileol) which was also invented by Alex. The word Sorur simply means 'writing'. Sorur is notably based on the southern Asia alphasyllabaries, like Devanagari, however it works more similar to an abjad. Otsilian has no nasal phonemes because its original speakers have no nose.
Alternative pronunciation: T=[t]; D=[d]; R=[ʁ,ɹ]; X=[h]; S=[s]; Z=[z]; F=[f]; O=[o]; U=[u]
Alir Xiofalar pfakolu pfaxe ox gopele ga Yisif ox Fopular. El osu wa Zural ox wa Woxiol ox El xelwi cirulay tcer Xuroatsar tsat El-el.
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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