Cylenian Script (Mðurok Cyleðr)
Mðurok Cyleðr - Cylenian script - is an alphabet used to write the
Cylenian languages, created by Dennis Dekker in 2013. The Cylenian language
family consists of three living languages and two dialects that are spoken
in Cylenia, a fictional country, and parts of its neighboring country,
Carthamia. The Cylenian script is mainly used to write New Cylenian,
Ðagen Cylenian and Nynöri.
- Type of writing system: alphabet
- Written from left to right in horizontal lines.
- Used to write New Cylenian, Ðagen Cylenian, Nynöri and in the past also Creole Cylenian and Espayenian (all conlangs).
- The script has characteristic round letters due to the fact that Cylenian was written on parchment.
- A double letter is not written as two same letters, but as the letter preceded by a vertical bar. This bar is attached to consonants that don't have a bar at their right.
- The letter E is attached to most consonants. The E appears as a hook after consonants that have a vertical bar at their right.
- The letter Gh is written without its hook when preceded or followed by an E or Gh.
- The combination Si is written as Ky due to historical reasons. This explains why the Cylenian people don't call themselves Silenian.
- Some consonants are transcribed using two Latin vowels. In case of a double consonant, only the first Latin consonant is repeated.
- The Cylenian script uses a pental numbering system, due to the fact that a hand has five fingers. Cylenian people can count to 25 with their hands.
Lana avðera gena min'a yð ingðura. Nimf'er yð yeine
benna enan manala, ena huðeghena ney el'lunar kane yaneghok
efðiane inggenr efðian.
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)
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