The Fremen alphabet was created by John Quijada (who also created the Ithkuil language) in 1984 for The Dune Encyclopedia. It is a very simplified version of the Arabic script.
The Fremen alphabet is used by the Fremen people of planet Arrakis to write their language, that mostly evolved from Arabic.
ida rayt al-tin abshir b-al-tin
When you see the fig season, then you can announce the muddy season.
ida lam laktafil anta fil
If you cannot be satisfied, you are an elephant (said to overeating children).
Information about the Fremen alphabet and language
Official Fremen font
Information about the Dune novels
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