Futxorkx (ᚠᚢᚦᚩᚱᚲ)

Futxorkx was created by Tom Patterson to write the Na'vi language from the film Avatar, which looks a little nicer than the usual Latin orthography. It is based primarily on Anglo-Saxon runes (Futhorc), and also on Elder Futhark, Younger Futhark and medieval Futhork.

Notable features

Futxorkx

Futxorkx script

Download an alphabet chart for Futxorkx (Excel)

Sample text

ᛉᚪᛞᚢ ᚩᛖ ᚠᚱᚢ ᛇᛣᚾᛇᛗᚪᛃᚪ ᚾᛁᚠᚦᚪᚡᚪᛝ ᛏᛇᛝ ᛗᛇᛣᛃᚢᚾ, ᛏᛇᛝ ᚾᚪᚱᛇ ᛏᚩᛗᛈᚪᛃᚫ ᛣᚪᛏᚩ, ᛎᚪᚹᛣᛖᛃᚫ ᛣᚪᛏᚩ ᛊᛁᛞᛖᛣᚩᛝ ᛏᛖᛞᛚᚪᚾᚫ ᚩᛖᚱᚢ ᛏᛖᛃᚪ ᛊᛇ
Part of The Storm by TheFatRat and Maisy Kay

Transliteration

Za'u oe fru iknimaya
Nìftxavang ting mikyun ting nari
Tompayä kato, tsawkeyä kato
Sì'ekong te'lanä oeru teya si

Translation

I found a light inside me
I want to let it glow
Keep shining right beside me
Follow where I go

Hear this text in Na'vi

Links

Information about Na'vi
https://learnnavi.org/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Na%27vi_language
http://naviteri.org/
https://dict-navi.com/en/

Runic scripts

Elder Futhark, Younger Futhork, Medieval (Latinised) Futhark, Dalecarlian Runes, Anglo-Saxon Runes

Scripts by Tom Patterson

Anglograms, Futxorkx, Grčika

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