Yìril’soo Tàuar

Yìril’soo Tàuar (Jril’sō Tąςr)

Yìril’soo Tàuar is a language invented by Walter Tocci and the name of the two scripts he uses to write that language. One script is based on invented characters, while the other uses a mixture of letters from the Latin, Cyrillic and Greek alphabets.

Notable features

Yìril’soo Tàuar

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Sample text (Yìril’soo Tàuar characters)

Sample text in Yìril’soo Tàuar

Sample text (Latin/Cyrillic/Greek-based alphabet)

Neʃedäψem ąma ncʃœm’wē ǫnwinsir ąma wcrwas lω’modät ǫdir amrąξis ƣte äriwän. Sjkanter ąma suwænmahil’yē nųmis cris яs’ imą ðimadяwën’yē mēcsem’wē ąl dąhor ąl cris akœ яnk.

Transliteration

Nezedjàttem àma nèzoem’vee ònvinsir àma werwas lau’modjat òdir amràssis oite jarivjan. Sìkanter àma suvaenmahil’gee nùmis èris ais’ imà dhimadaivjen’gee meehèsem’vee àl dàhor àl èris akoe àink.

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)

If you have any questions about Jril’sō Tąςr alphabet or language, you can contact Walter Tocci at: tocciwal@fastwebnet.it

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