The Mifi alphabet was invented Oscar Strøm-Jensen, and is based losely
on the Hindi (Devanagari) alphabet. It can be used to write most
European languages, and is particularly suited to Scandinavian
languages (Norwegian, Swedish and Danish).
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines
- Used to write: most European languages, especially the Scandinavian languages.
- Features one diacritic; the accute accent. This is made by adding it on top of vowels (shown as the first letter in the sample script)
Én fugl i hånden er bedre enn ti på taket.
A bird in the hand is better than ten on the roof.
Other constructed scripts