The Sroifisi alphabet was invented by Matt Youens for use in a fictional story he is writing. The characters themselves are inspired in part by the Armenian and Georgian alphabets and the Brahmi-derived scripts while the vocabulary of the language they're used to write is a mixture of English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Greek.
The numbers from one to nine are all based on the vowels and their diacritics in various combinations.
Toli anthumo deu bese da nathibo pivela ke kwoichi am diwurdta ke drieche. Se deu echa rayicki ke kovisa ke devi amoichela achi am barathe piroistu.
[t̪ɔlɪ ʌn̪ˈθʊmɔ d̪ɛʊ̯ ˌbɛsɛ d̪ʌ n̪ʌˈθɪbɔ ǀ pɪˈvɛlʌ kɛ ˈkwɔɪ̯çɪ ʌm d̪ɪˈwʊrtʌ kɛ drɪˈɛxɛ ǁ sɛ d̪ɛʊ̯ ˌɛxʌ rʌˈjɪkɪ kɛ kɔˈvɪsʌ ǀ kɛ ˌd̪ɛvɪ ʌmɔɪˈxelʌ ˌʌçɪ ʌm bʌˈrʌθɛ pɪˌrɔɪ̯stʊ]
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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