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Majok Majok

Majok is a logographic script that was created by Scorupa D, a language enthusiast fluent in English and Japanese, and currently studying Chinese, as a fun challenge after he noticed the lack of logographic conscripts online. Majok forms words and sentences by combining and chaining glyphs, an idea modeled after Chinese characters. But unlike the Chinese writing system, Majok only has a couple dozen glyphs. Above all else, Majok emphasizes the beauty of the script more than the clarity of the language.

Notable features


The glyphs on the left is the handwritten form, and the one on the right is the block print form.

Majok script

Download an alphabet chart for Majok (Excel)

Sample text (handwritten version)

Sample text in the Majok handwritten script

Sample text (block print version)

Sample text in the Majok print script


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)

Further examples and information about the Majok script

Other constructed scripts

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