Myanrik was invented by Bryson Schnaitmann in February, 2016 to write his invented language, Kynaat, however it can also be used to write English. It is a syllabic alphabet with an inherent "e" sound following all consonants. It works by combining syllabic characters with vowel diacritics and viramas (inherent vowel canceler). This script was based on Tai-derived alphabets (such as Burmese and Shan), however it has been adapted to write a Slovak based language instead. The vowels are simplified contrary to Tai alphabets, which allows it to be used more fluidly and makes it easier to learn.
Yudesk hyumansk båčeže łoh byern amestron nãv tungualen en getrajyi nãv łitnãže. Žej łoh tretigenź den tahgreg nãv ikrayen nãv žud ekt tołardže yedem yonoďer en yo megyem nãr denbyehrø.
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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