Femsha (Malàtko Femŝa) was developed by Jace Elliott in the August of 2014 for his conlang called Femsho. The script's style was modeled after the ancient cuneiform system of Sumer, though it is used as an alphabet rather than a syllabary. The shapes of each letter were roughly based on an older script made for the language in late 2012.
Stressed vowels are written with a dot above the affected letter like so
Elongated vowel sounds are written by doubling the letter like so
Jeprèson bààlŝa kujèril poljèna, upraaĵnèjena vu dìgnito, polŝejèènon. Jeprèson bààlŝa kurùlil vu nejanimàto, koncijènĉo ok muninììcijil vu nèèja ĉo bààlŝa vu spirìĉo maltààna.
-Deklaràcijo Polŝejèènon Jeprèsa, Midokumentàro òja-
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