Surat Bisaya was devised in September 2012 by Zurocha from the Philippines. It is based primarily on Baybayin as in the Bisaya Hervas font, but also has major influences from Badlit, Hanunuo and Akopito's Suwat Bisaya. It is named Surat Bisaya because it was developed first and foremost for the Bisaya (Cebuano) language (the Kana dialect to be specific,) but also supports Tagalog, Japanese, Okinawan and most Philippine languages that follow the same phonetic structure as Bisaya, Waray and Tagalog.
Ya tanan na tawo kai pantai sa atong katogeran wo karoghongan. Kita tanan kai nai kaugalingong aton wo konsiynsya wo dapat ga tinabangai.
All people are free and equal in dignity and rights. All of us have
our own conscience to help each other.
(A version article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Surat Bisaya is included in this Font Pack
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