The Uarizibuə was invented by Xiliqiji (霫離騏驥) to write the conlang Uarimy. It is phoneto-semantic syllabary in which each character represents a syllable, and also has a meaning. The meanings are somewhat related to their appearance. The name Uarizibuə means "script of the world's people".
Some characters can be used as grammatical endings:
Riz uə zənanan iudo riniob.
Humans are born with freedom.
Re nəiduozuə guob iuue zuiregauz bəid ria re iu niz.
Blue pigment is made from indigo plants, but bluer than them.
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