Ederic was devised by Gabriel McGovern is write his conlang by the same name. The Ederic name for the alphabet and language is Elyer, pronounced /'a:jεr/.
Gabriel McGovern created the Ederic language to be spoken (and written) by the Lyer (pronounced 'jεr) of Civéer (pronounced 'kiv-jεr); it is descended from the Ancient Orthasin tongue and bears similarities to Arduric and Modern Orthasin. Ederic is the primary tongue of the human race (them being wholly sundered from the other races on a separate continent), though other human tongues unrelated to Ancient Orthasin do exist. The Ederic language is much more closely related to English than any other of Gabriel's languages.
Most punctuation occurs at the beginning of a thought, not the end; there is a mark to initiate a new section of ideas tied to a common theme (paragraph). The punctuation is inspired by the pilcrow.
Reg geciep epesear ze isong ematidov vin ozeyas vam relen vin meloel. Lyis ze mepothe tes thineg vin gemed vin cithol melere tet yitath vam nong sizal emegav.
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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