Albatinan    Albatinan / اَلبـَتصنـَنـَر صطحن (Albatinanar ivon)

Tha Albatinan alphabet is based on the Arabic script and is used to write Albatinan, a conlang invented by Alexander Stoilov (Azel Nosayn) inspired by Bulgarian grammar and Arabic, Hebrew and Turkish vocabulary. Albatinan can also be written with a version of the Arabic script.

Notable features

  • Type of script: alphabet
  • Direction of writing: right to left in horizontal lines
  • Used to write: Albatinan

Albatinan and Arabic alphabets for Albatinan

Albatinan and Arabic alphabets for Albatinan

Notes

  • * Those sounds can be pronounced as x, ɣ and θ or as h, r and t.
  • ** To recognize this sound this is ''u'' in turn.

Sample text in Albatinan

Albatinan sample text

This text in the Arabic alphabet

تيطى خـَروفى ويخوريمى يو خـًسـَفى زصنقى.

Transliteration

Teve harufe uehureme eu haasafe zinfe.

Translation

All human beings are born equal.


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