Nitalha (Tanipa'ita'aradika)

Nitalha is an alternative spelling system for English invented by Sam Langer in 2019. It uses combinations of syllables to create a different sound for each English sound, similar to an abugida. Sam was inspired by Sascha Mücke's Kalis Script when he made it.

How it works

Nitalha alphabet

Nitalha alphabet

Sample text

Aradiradi kašipa'i'ipani'atani padita'ipa'ikanitazi arata'i padita'i'iratani pasiratani pasirata'ita'i atanitadi ta'ikapazi'aradi pa'itani tadipa'ikaditanipa'itapači atanitadi rapa'ikazitatasi. Tadhita'ipači arata'i ta'itanitadita'i'ipazita'itadi pazipa'itathi rata'i'atazita'i'itani atanitadi kata'i'itanitašipa'ita'itanitasita'i atanitadi tašita'i'ipa'i'iraditadi akata tata'i'ipazi'arataditazi ta'i'itanita'i atanita'i'itadhita'ira pa'itani a tasipapa'irapa'ita ta'i'ipathi padirata'i'itadhita'irakašita'i'ita'i'itadi.


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)

Scripts invented by Sam Langer

Kandazá, Langerian, Nitalha

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