Aihonian is a script created by Robert Andrzejewski to write his constructed languages, Aihonian and Tuergian. It can also be used to write French, English, Turkish, Azeri and Polish.
Aihanca Turkeži dasıl capaği tosun ayǝkiriķ Aihancarı Turkeži. Laṇnaği turkeži arancap ozıl žahǝsı kuyuk abı polonızča, kazaķca, turkızča, azerıninča eyap anğılızča. Ķatil alaṇarcaği are siriliķin, nǝ dasıl fucuži ķatil, latinızča oluğun biyoruğu akiš tazın.
aihandʒa turkeʒi dasʏl dʒapaɟi tosun aɟokiriʞ aihandʒarʏ turkeʒi. laɳnaɟi turkeʒi arandʒap ozʏl ʒahosʏ kuɟuk abʏ polonʏztʃaˌ kazaʞdʒa, turkʏztʃaˌ azerʏnintʃa eɟap anˈʏlʏztʃa. ʞatil alaɳardʒaɟi are siriliʞin, no dasʏl fudʒuʒi ʞatil, latinʏntʃa oluˈun biɟoruˈu akiʃ tazʏn.
Aihonian Turkish script was created during the Turkish Aihonian invasions. In this you can hear the Turkish pronounciation and other people's sound such as Polish, Turkish, Kazakh, Azerbaijani or English. Slowly written in Cyrillic, this script is slowly disappearing; it is currently written in Latin alphabet.
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