The Hena'haa Nehe alphabet was created by Ganeshavatâr (Dino Castelbou) as an alternative way to write Cheyenne, a Plains Algonquian language spoken in Montana and Oklahoma in the USA. The name Hena'haa Nehe means "Spirit of the Eagle" in Cheyenne.
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