High Ƕarian    High Ƕarian

High Ƕarian was invented by Nathan Baciao to write his conlang of the same name, which he uses in his diary and other books. The letters are based on the Greek, Cyrillic, Old English and Latin alphabets.

Notable features

High Ƕarian alphabet

Sample text

Sample text in High Ƕarian


The ancient ones have passed, but will never be forgotten. Let us remember them.

Download a font for High Harian (TrueType, 5K)

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