Turkish Lisu (ꓔꓵꓣꓗ ꓮꓡꓝꓮꓐꓰꓢꓲ̕)

Turkish Lisu is a way to write Turkish with the Fraser or Old Lisu alphabet devised by Alexander Ilynovich, who wondered how Lisu speakers who grew up in Turkey might write Turkish.

Lisu (ꓡꓲ-ꓢꓴ) is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in southern China, northern Myanmar (Burma), northern Thailand and northern India.

Turkish Lisu alphabet

Turkish Lisu alphabet

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Sample text

ꓐꓵꓔꓵꓠ ꓲ̕ꓠꓢꓮꓠꓡꓮꓣ ꓫꓵꓣ, ꓫꓮꓬꓢꓲ̕ꓬꓰꓔ, ꓦꓰ ꓫꓮꓗꓡꓮꓣ ꓐꓮꓗꓲꓟꓲꓠꓓꓮꓠ ꓰŞꓲ̕ꓔ ꓓꓳꓤꓮꓣꓡꓮꓣ. ꓮꓗꓲꓡ ꓦꓰ ꓦꓲ̕ꓚꓓꓮꓠꓮ ꓢꓮꓫꓲ̕ꓑꓔꓲ̕ꓣꓡꓰꓣ ꓦꓰ ꓐꓲ̕ꓣꓐꓲ̕ꓣꓡꓰꓣꓲ̕ꓠꓰ ꓗꓮꓣŞꓲ ꓗꓮꓣꓓꓰŞꓡꓲ̕ꓗ ꓜꓲ̕ꓫꓠꓲ̕ꓬꓡꓰ ꓫꓮꓣꓰꓗꓰꓔ ꓰꓔꓟꓰꓡꓲ̕ꓓꓲ̕ꓣꓡꓰꓣ.

Transliteration

Bütün insanlar hür, haysiyet ve haklar bakımından eşit doğarlar. Akıl ve vicdana sahiptirler ve birbirlerine karşı kardeşlik zihniyeti ile hareket etmelidirler.

Translation

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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