Frivetizian is an alternative way of writing German devised by Kevin Jesionek when he was bored. It is not modelled on any existing alphabet.
- Type of alphabet: alphabet
- Direction of writing: left to right in vertical columns
- Used to write: German
- There is no punctuation or spaces between words
- The letters within words are connected with lines, except the first and last letters
Sample text in Frivetizian
Transliteration: Rosen sind rot, Feilchen sind blau, Ich kann nicht reimen, Tomatensaft!
Roses sre red, violets are blue, I can't rhyme, tomato juice!
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