Grčika (Γρκ́ηκα)

Grčika is a way to write Serbo-Croatian with the Greek alphabet created by Tom Patterson. It is used to write the Serbo-Croatian language, and all standardised versions thereof, those being Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian. He was inspired to create this by the fact that Serbo-Croation has a 1:1 character correspondence between Cyrillic and Latin scripts, and, as such, decided to add more to those after seeing the Georgian orthography of the language.

Notable features

Grčika alphabet

Grčika alphabet

Download an alphabet chart for Grčika (Excel)

Sample text

Σϝα λ̌υδσκα βησ̓α ραγ̇αιυ σε σλωβωδnα η ιεδnακα υ δωστωιαnστϝυ η πραϝημα. Ωnα συ ωβδαρεnα ραζυμωμ η σϝηιεšσ̓υ η τρεβαιυ ιεδnα πρεμα δρυgημα πωστυπατη υ δυχυ βρατστϝα.

Transliteration (Cyrillic alphabet)

Сва људска бића рађају се слободна и једнака у достојанству и правима. Она су обдарена разумом и свешћу и треба једни према другима да поступају у духу братства.

Transliteration (Latin alphabet)

Sva ljudska bića rađaju se slobodna i jednaka u dostojanstvu i pravima. Ona su obdarena razumom i sviješću i trebaju jedna prema drugima postupati u duhu bratstva.

Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Scripts by Tom Patterson

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