Aymara Syllabics was invented by Nima Farid in June 2021. It is a way to write Aymara, which is spoken mainly in Bolivia and Peru, with Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics, a writing system used to write some of the indigenous languages of Canada, such as Cree, Ojibwe and Inuktitut.
Aymara Syllabics is known in Aymara as ᐊᐃᒪᖞᓇ ᐊᖝ ᕋᕤ ᕆᕪᕋ (aymarana aru qallu qillqa - "Aymara syllable alphabet"), or ᐊᐃᒪᖞ ᐊᒐᑲᐦᐊ (Aymara Achakaja - "Aymara ABCs").
This particular script was designed for Aymara specifically, but it is very similar to the script developed by Nima Farid for Quechua as well.
Download an alphabet chart for Aymara Syllabics
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