Ajan

Ajan

Ajan is an abjad used to represent the Qatama language. Ajan and the Qatama conlang were invented by Carl Buck for use in his conworld, Qatama. It was created as an alternative to the alphabet Moj.

Notable features

Ajan abjad

Ajan abjad

Notes

Sample text in Ajan

Sample text in Ajan

If you have any questions about Ajan, you can contact Carl at: cfbuckjr[at]gmail[dot]com

Writing systems by Carl Buck

Ajan, Ecta, Eshta, Kala, Kenamoya, Kitse, Moj, Naua, Pesato, Uyata, Zhongyinzi

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