Delta Menurae    Delta Menurae

The Delta Menurae alphabets were created over three boring afternoons in December 2006 by Charles Bellinger. They are for use in a half-developed sci-fi continuum.

Internal history:

The Delta Menurae system is a star system near the Ra system. It is so named because as seen from the Ra system, it is the fourth-brightest star in the Lyrebird constellation. The Delta Menurae system has a G-type sun and has a giant asteroid field stretching from the life belt to out past where Uranus' orbit would be in the Sol system. These asteroids grade from rock to ice. The system sustains a sizeable mining colony, settled in 2487. Charles is not sure how the new alphabets came into being, but they were there by 2590. They are used to write Nessusian, an offshoot of English, and can be used to write English as well.

Notable features

Delta Menurae Common alphabet

Delta Menurae Common alphabet

Delta Menurae Formal alphabet

Delta Menurae Formal alphabet

Delta Menurae Scientific alphabet

Delta Menurae Scientific alphabet

Sample texts in Delta Menurae

Common alphabet in Nessusian

Sample text in the Common Delta Menurae alphabet in Nessusian

Transliteration

Komon to Waviŋubez Rezor fu Erthek beica an sanliit tei.

Translation

Come to Wavingubez Resort for Earthlike beaches and sunlight too.

Common alphabet in English

Sample text in the Common Delta Menurae alphabet in English

Transliteration

The quick brown fox is jumping over the lazy dogs.

Formal alphabet in Nessusian

Sample text in the Formal Delta Menurae alphabet in Nessusian

Transliteration

Dhes sanza to dhe salidh.

Translation

This way to the egress.

Formal alphabet in English

Sample text in the Formal Delta Menurae alphabet in English

Transliteration

he quick brown fox is jumping over the lazy dogs.

Scientific alphabet in Nessusian and English

Sample text in the Scientific Delta Menurae alphabet in Nessusian and English

Transliteration (Nessusian)

Atmos N: 55pc. Ne: 25 pc. O: 20 pc = Atmosphere: Nitrogen 55%. Neon 25%. Oxygen 20%

Transliteration (English)

The quick brown fox is jumping over the lazy dogs.


If you have any questions about this alphabet, you can contact Charles at: korora_penguin@yahoo.com

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