Myrotanian alphabet

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Myrotanian Alphabet
Type Alphabet
Languages

Flag of Myrotania.jpg Myrotanian

Similar scripts:
Direction Left-to-right

The Myrotanian Alphabet (De myrótanyesce alvăBeT - De myrótanyesce alvăBeT.jpg) is an alphabet for the Myrotanian language, however it is rarely used in lieu of the case-sensitive Latin alphabet for writing Myrotanian.

The Myrotanian Alphabet consists of 36 letters each with it's own distinct pronunciation and thus transliteration. The letters resemble similar writing systems and typefaces common to the Cyrillic and Greek alphabets; and, to an extent, Egyptian hieroglyphs.

The letters

Myrotanian alphabet.jpg

The letters' names

  • Alv.jpg - alv (a)
  • Ăleb.jpg - ăleb (ă)
  • BéT.jpg - BéT (B)
  • Bítă.jpg - bítă (b)
  • Cet.jpg - cet (c)
  • Đelt.jpg - Delt (D)
  • Edel.jpg - edel (d)
  • Epsí.jpg - epsí (e)
  • Šméq.jpg - Sméq (é)
  • Ǧam.jpg - Gam (G)
  • Gam.jpg - gam (g)
  • Ȟar.jpg - Har (H)
  • HeT.jpg - heT (h)
  • Ipsín.jpg - ipsín (i)
  • 35px - Jí (J)
  • Jot.jpg - jot (j)
  • Ka (Myrotanian letter).jpg - ka (k)
  • LămDă.jpg - lămDă (l)
  • Mem.jpg - mem (m)
  • Nun.jpg - nun (n)
  • Omíc.jpg - omíc (o)
  • Ómég.jpg - ómég (ó)
  • Péh.jpg - péh (p)
  • Qov.jpg - qov (q)
  • ĂreS.jpg - ăreS (r)
  • Šín.jpg - Sín (S)
  • Sín.jpg - sín (s)
  • Ťét.jpg - Tét (T)
  • Tăü.jpg - tăü (t)
  • Un.jpg - un (u)
  • Üní.jpg - üní (ü)
  • Évé.jpg - évé (v)
  • Éwé.jpg - éwé (w)
  • Exon.jpg - exon (x)
  • Ysol.jpg - ysol (y)
  • Zijt.jpg - zijt (z)

Multiple transliterations

Whilst Ipsín.jpg is officially transliterated as 'i'; it is often acceptable to accent it (í) in situations where Ysol.jpg is long and is pronounced the same as Ysol.jpg (which is transliterated as y). Despite it's extreme rarity, situations of long Ipsín.jpgs can be transliterated into 'y's although this is very uncommon and is seen as outdated. When used, it's often seen as humorous or satirical towards the illiterate.

Sample texts

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