The Chillkadunguwe script was invented by Manet Sepúlveda as an alternative to the Roman alphabet normally used for the otherwise script-less language of Chile and Argentina. This alphabet is an alternative way to write the Mapuche language, since current spelling systems are often confusing. It was inspirated by calculator numbers and the Tengwar script.
Kom pu mogence kisuzuam mvlekey, kom cegeygvn, logkogeygvn ka piwkegeygvn, nieygvn kimvn fey mew mvley tañi yamniewael ka epuñpvle kejuwael egvn.
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.
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