yapusazh is the alphabetic representation of the Sinnish language
(lidosazh in its own tongue). yapusazh and Sinnish were invented by
Scott 'Blade' Hamilton for use in a series of stories and role-playing
games set in an urban fantasy background.
- yapusazh is an alphabet written from left to right like English.
- There are two forms of yapusazh, a calligraphic script called
yapuzhat ('smoke letters') and round form called yapuwer ('forest letters').
- Each letter has a Sinnish name. The names for consonants start
with the sound they symbolize. The names of the vowels have the vowel
as the first (or only) vowel that appears in them.
- In yapusazh, all vowels have descenders and all consonants have
ascenders. The chul letter both ascends and descends.
- There are a few optional ligatures for when the tuhr vowel
follows certain letters.
- In yapuwer all vowels have descenders. Consonants do not, but
are written along the top of the line.
Sample text (yapuzhat)
Sample text (yapuwer)
tabewu orizhoxe uhpa mualal ko yuru wubad ko zhigel okis. owidom zhager
ko gaexar ko rat terid ote mesposotara bis ozus rid.
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)
Information about the Sinnish language (includes font)
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