The Levitic Alyfbes was invented by R. M. Levitt to write his conlang of the same name. The Alyfbes is a contemporary reinterpretation of theCanaanite alphabet that is read from left to right like European alphabets. It includes vowels, excludes redundant letters, and is arranged in an order more familiar to speakers of European languages.
Each letter of the Alyfbes also has an emoji counterpart, as indicated in the chart. This set of 22 emoji composes the Levitic Emojibet, which makes Levitic typeable on emoji-capable devices.
Levitic is a Semitic/European mashup conlang. It borrows grammatical features and lexical roots from Hebrew, Yiddish, English, and a number of European languages. The phonetics of Levitic are highly influenced by the desire to make it fairly easy for speakers of English to pronounce.
Each Levitic has emoji counterparts, which are known as Ymojibes.
Ol hiúmynim ynčmózim xázme usáme baxvód uvrýþim. Naténe atrázon utmýndur uzóf lasót xad laxád brúxah sésami.
[ol ˈhju.mi.nim ɪnʧˈmo.tsim ˈxats.mɛɪ uˈsa.mɛɪ bʌxˈvod uvˈriθ.im / nʌˈtɛɪ.nɛɪ at.raˈtson utˈmin.dʊɹ uˈtsof lʌˈsot xad lʌˈxad bʌˈɹu.xə ˈsɛɪ.sʌ.m]
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)
A font for Levitic Alyfbes, created by Bryson Schnaitmann, is available on FontStruct.