Avallaen   Avallaen alphabet

The Avallaen alphabet is the creation of Thomas Maska (TomMaska@aol.com) and is modelled, to some extent, on the the script of the Voynich Manuscript. Thomas created the alphabet to write his conlang, also known as Avallaen.

Internal history

The alphabet is used to write Avallaen spoken by approximately 35 million people on the northern end of Escerna, a massive volcanic continent in the N'ra Teoi (Great North Sea).

Notable features

Avallaen alphabet

Avallaen alphabet

Avallaen numerals

Avallaen numerals

Sample texts in Avallaen

Sample text in Avallaen

Transliteration / Translation

Vüväloiek dü quuo / I love you

Sample text in Avallaen

Transliteration / Translation

Vaik vaierüs cünch vaivoiväl / Life is worth enjoying

Other writing systems invented by Thomas Maska

Avallaen, Ling'amon', Olorexh, Romanabic, Scriptic II, Talisman

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