Aqami    Aqami

The Aqami script (aqami'meq in Aqami) was created by Neonlights in 2011. It was influenced by the Mayan script and various other block scripts,and is used to write an invented language called Aqami.

Notable features

Aqami script

Consonants

Aqami consonants

Note

Double consonants are marked with a double circle when connecting to vowels (see the vowel table).

Vowels

Aqami vowels

Logograms

Here are some of the logograms used in Aqami script. There are about 1,500 altogether.

Aqami words

Notes

Punctuation

Aqami punctuation

Notes

Aqami numerals

Aqami numerals and other symbols

Notes

Sample text in Aqami

Sample text in Aqami

Transliteration

Aqálal 'awili nuwit'illa iblileh q'enelab dúluqa'i?a mawnilab. 'Urum na'nugik'umab bat'állag 'ab uk' ini t'ulamiq wá'ulirk daruk'in.

Literal translation

All people are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Reason and conscience were given to them and one should be as a brother to another.

Translation

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)

Other constructed scripts


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