Langerian Langerian

The Langerian alphabet was created and developed in 2019 by Sam Langer as an alternative way of writing English, or a conlang using the Latin alphabet. It is based on several languages that are modified to suit the script's aesthetics.

Notable features

Langerian alphabet

Langerian alphabet

Note

(e) indicates a silent e

Sample text

Sample text in Langerian

Transliteration

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
(Part of Article One of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Scripts invented by Sam Langer

Kandazá, Langerian, Nitalha

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