Māori Tāna was created by Alexander R. and is an adaptation of the Thaana (Maldivian) script for the Māori language. He created it as an experiment when he saw that the Thaana script has long vowels just like Māori.
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ކޮ ތެ ކަތޮއަ އޮ ޱަ ތަޱަތަ އި ތެ ފަނައުޱަތަޱަ މައި އެ ވަތެއަ އަނަ އި ޱަ ހެރެ ކަތޮއަ؛ އެ ތައުރިތެރިތެ އަނަ ހޮކި ޱަ މަނަ މެ ޱަ ތަ. އެ ފަކަފިފިއަ އަނަ ޖޮކި ކި އަ ރަތޮއު ތެ ޱަކައު ފައި ފަކާރޮ މެ ތެ ހިނެޱަރޮ މޮހިއޮ ކި ތެ ތިކަ މެ ތެ ހެ، އަ އެ ތިކަ އަނަ ކިއަ މެއިޱަ ތެ މަހި އަ ތެތަހި ކި ތެތަހި މެ މަ ރޮތޮ އަތު އި ތެ ވައިރުއަ އޮ ތެ ނޮހޮ ތަހި، އަނޮ ހެ ތެއިނަ ހެ ތުއަކަނަ އި ރިޱަ އި ތެ ފަކާރޮ ކޮތަހި.
Ko te katoa o nga tangata i te whanaungatanga mai e watea ana i nga here katoa; e tauriterite ana hoki nga mana me nga tika. E whakawhiwhia ana hoki ki a ratou te ngakau whai whakaaro me te hinengaro mohio ki te tika me te he, a e tika ana kia meinga te mahi a tetahi ki tetahi me ma roto atu i te wairua o te noho tahi, ano he teina he tuakana i ringa i te whakaaro kotahi.
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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