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Zærān'jæ    Zærān'jæ

Zærān'jæ script is invented by Sarah Kaseder in order to write her conlang Zærān'jæ. The conlang was dropped, but more letters was added to the script, so almost every language can be written now.

Notable features

Zærān'jæ script

Consonants

Zærān'jæ consonants

Additional consonants

Zærān'jæ additional consonants

Short vowels

Zærān'jæ short vowels

Long vowels

Zærān'jæ long vowels

Punctuation

Zærān'jæ punctuation

The serial comma is used in listing and as decimal seperator.

Numerals

Zærān'jæ numerals

Sample Text in Zærān'jæ script (English mode)

Sample Text in Zærān'jæ script (English mode)

Transliteration

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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