The Westonian Alphabet was created and developed in 2011 by N. Weston as an alternate means to write English or a constructed language. It is based on the Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and International Phonetic alphabets.
Ɔʟ xиuмəɴ ʙииɴız αг ʙɔгɴ oıги нɴп иʌuəʟ иɴ пиvɴəли нɴп гαилz. Пıɛɴ aг ɛɴпɔuп uипı гиzəɴ нɴп ʌɔɴcəɴz нɴп cuʟп нʌл лuuɔгпz uαɴ αɴαпıəг иɴ α zoигəл ɔʙı ʙгαпıəгxuп.
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)
Since Westonian is composed entirely of Unicode characters, it can be typed with the keyboard layout here.
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