Judulertak (יֻדֻלֵתרַק)

Juduletrak is a way to write Basque with the Hebrew abjad created by Malcolm Lutz. Malcolm's main aim was to make the Basque language more readable to people who have Hebrew as their native tongue.

Notable features

Judulertak alphabet

Judulertak alphabet

Notes

א is pronounced [a] when at the beginning or end of a word, or when it follows another vowel.

Download an alphabet chart for Judulertak (Excel)

Sample text

גִסֹן-אֵמַקֻםֵ גֻסתִאק אסקֵ יַאִאֹץֵ דִרַ, דֻאִנתַסֻ אֵתַ אֵסקֻבִדֵ בֵרבֵרַק דִתֻסתֵלַ; אֵתַ אֵסַגֻאֵרַ אֵתַ קֹנצִאֵנצִא דֻאִנתֵנֵס גֵרֹ, אֵלַקַרֵן ארתֵאן סֵנִדֵ לֵגֵס יֹקַתֻ בֵהַרַ דֻתֵ.

Transliteration

Gizon-emakume guztiak aske jaiotzen dira, duintasun eta eskubide berberak dituztela; eta ezaguera eta kontzientzia dutenez gero, elkarren artean senide legez jokatu beharra dute.

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)

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