Vremisian alphabet   Vremisian alphabet

The Vremisian alphabet was created by Benjamin Plymale. It's used to write the constructed language Vremisian, whose vocabulary isn't derived from any real world language, but whose grammar most closely resembles English's with a hint of Russian's. The alphabetical order was decided upon based on how the letters relate visually; each one only needs a slight design modification to appear as the next. It's divided into two sections by the symbol that represents [j], which is mostly used in Vremisian for palatalization, although it can act as a separate consonant. Before this barrier are primarily unvoiced consonants, and after, voiced. The alphabet has a Latin counterpart, but it's just used for transliteration, has only 22 letters, and follows different spelling conventions than the standard Vremisian script.

Notable features

Vremisian alphabet

Vremisian alphabet

Sample text in Vremisian

Sample text in the Vremisian alphabet in Vremisian


Vos xhyntuala Tsenij tsuj tadeisqh raman ij mystum luj Ghaeras ij Parqeum. Byn tsuj pytraxheisqh cuj Tsimpal ij Calameun, vae xau sivheudye vuj Jon a bej Tras luj bej Himnubh guj Euveract.


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)

Download a font for Vremisian (TrueType, 23K)

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