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Frivetizian is an alternative way of writing German devised by Kevin Jesionek when he was bored. It is not modelled on any existing alphabet.

Notable features

Frivetizian alphabet

Frivetizian alphabet

Sample text in Frivetizian

Sample text in Frivetizian

Transliteration

Transliteration: Rosen sind rot, Feilchen sind blau, Ich kann nicht reimen, Tomatensaft!

Translation

Roses sre red, violets are blue, I can't rhyme, tomato juice!

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