The Hopyratian Alphabet was created by David Tait. It is used to write the Hopyratian Language spoken by the people of Holic Wood in the land of Sepistania. Originally hieroglyphic, the alphabet evolved by taking inspiration from Tengwar by J.R.R Tolkien and the Greek Alphabet resulting in a more suitable writing system for Hopyratian.
There are two types of letters that represent vowels. When a vowel is at the beginning or end of a word or after another vowel, it is written with a stem. When a vowel is in between two consonants or in between a consonant and vowel, it is written without a stem. Long vowels are always written with a stem and also have a line underneath.
Ger ennimem di enti brāsū nalic granthin ai ēkwalhin eŋis dēnavuf ai korenkol. Don enti ginjiaicgo kwe alia ai exonaj ai delle prohenki donvinat eŋis ēlodauxanyā ohen.
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)
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