Mifi Mifi

The Mifi alphabet was invented Oscar Strøm-Jensen, and is based losely on the Hindi (Devanagari) alphabet. It can be used to write most European languages, and is particularly suited to Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish and Danish).

Notable features

Mifi alphabet

Mifi alphabet

Sample text

Sample text in Mifi

Transliteration

Én fugl i hånden er bedre enn ti på taket.

Translation

A bird in the hand is better than ten on the roof.

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