Ayvarith is the creation of TJ, who invented it to write his conlang, Ayvarith, which is a combination and Arabic, Aramaic and Hebrew.
There are two sets of consonants, the basic ones, and the ones used for loan or foreign words and names (in blue).
yiºulladim e-kil hurašim vi-mšávím bé-krúdaþþá vi-e-hqútún. him yihuttatim a;ašlavah vi-cimrá vi-a;élim yinhagim ºuhrim bé-xúþá.
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)
Li-anná hadar ravihiþáy?
ºél jandíþá Alayháy
Where to did my soul go?
to the paradise of my Lord
It is there
ba-bšíþá xawan e-muąlašav
mí e-muąlašav e-núrún xacajim
Alayhá šamar e-muąlašav
rhak! ðan hú rahak
hdar! ðan hú hadar
kazá Alayhá qadal: ba-ąarímáy
In the beginning was the mind
from the mind, the lights were created
God commanded the mind
go! then he went
come! then he came
Thus, God announced: by My Glory
you are my beloved
by you I judge
by you I command
by you I give (reward)
by you I punish
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If you have any questions about Ayvarith, you can contact TJ at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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