Allamej is an alphabet created by Rodrigo Solano to write his constructed language, also called Allamej. The language can also be written with the Roman alphabet to aid its use in electronic media.
The Allamej letters are based on the Latin, Greek, Arabic, Syriac, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Korean and a number of other writing systems.
The Allamej language is made up of words taken from several different languages, which are adapted to a new syllable-meaning shape and the agglutinative structure of Allamej. Words come from Chinese, Germanic languages, Greek, Indic languages, Japanese, Bantu languages, Celtic languages, Slavic languages, Latin, Malay, Semitic languages, Turkish, Persian, Quechua, Thai, Tupi-Guarani languages, Yoruba, and various other languages.
Words are combined together to create new terms. For example, sam (sky), from a Semitic root, and xuy (water), from a Chinese root, are combined to make samxuy (rain - "sky water"). There are also various suffixes that function like prepositions or declensions. For example, bayt means house, and baytun means at home.
With this system it is possible to create countless words and phrases that can be understood even if they have never been heard or read before. If the compounding radicals are known the constructed word meaning may be predictable.
Alü hainmün biwbidel awsmojü yujü semëhü jurcadmojun yujü jurmojun. Habik verdumuh yujü semveduh, aline musel acyumü zayih
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)
More information about Allamej
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