Messerussian   Messerussian

The Messerussian alphabet was created by Devin Lester and was modelled on the Tengwar, Latin and Devanagari alphabets. He also invented a language with the same name which is based on a mixture of Slavic, Ural-altaic and Turkic languages.

Orignally Messerussian was intended as a language for Devin and three others to replace English as their primary means of communication. It has worked better than he expected, and he has recieved requests from people outside the group to learn the language.

Notable features

  • Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines.
  • Vowels are written over a vowel carrying when they appear at the beginning of a word or when two vowels come together. The vowel symbols can appear above or below the consonants, depending on where they fit best.
  • Used to write: Messerussian

Messerussian alphabet

Messerussian consonants

Sample text

Sample texts in Messerussian

Transliteration

Tordaj Umanais brefs svabodak y briiei em braysim y mayilsim. zru nyanun mij kompetlaru y bron mijaklak aits odno andrej im ruha ikhawan.

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)

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