Durustal was developed by Adiljan as an alternative way to write Uyghur. The alphabet contains 35 letters, and partly resemble Cyrillic letters. Some extra letters are used to write foreign loanwords (e.g. ts, dz and v), or to supplement existing phonemes (e.g. i). In addition, there are 10 auxiliary characters used at the end of words. The name Durustal means "The Right One".
The former nine are case characters and the last one is ordinal number character. They are used instead of suffix to make text brief and clear.
Hämmä adäm zatıdınla ärkin, izzät-hörmät wä hoquqta bapbarawär bolup tuğulğan. Ular äqılgä wä wijdanğa igä hämdä bır-bırigä qerındashlıq munasıwitigä has roh bilän mu’amilä qılishi keräk.
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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