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Tengwar is a fictional alphabet invented by J.R.R Tolkien to write several of the languages he created. This version of Tengwar was made by Charlotte Rivers because she believes all people should be able to write in it, no matter what language they speak.

Notable features

Tengwar mode for Icelandic

Tengwar mode for Icelandic

Sample text

Sample text in Tengwar mode for Icelandic


Eitt tungumál er aldrei nóg.


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Tengwar for Quenya, Sindarin, Arabic, English, High Valyrian, Hungarian, Icelandic, Portugese, Scottish Gaelic (1), Scottish Gaelic (2), Spanish, Spanish (Latin American), Vietnamese, Welsh

Tolkien's alphabets and languages

Cirth | Sarati | Tengwar for Quenya | Tengwar for Sindarin | Uruk Runes | Links | Books about Tolkien's languages | Tolkien's books

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