Re: [neographies] New, yet unnamed experimental script
|From:||B. Garcia <madyaas@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 24, 2005, 21:06|
On Thu, 24 Mar 2005 21:34:09 +0100, Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...> wrote:
> Very nice! I suppose it is no coincidence that it reminds me
> of South Indian scripts. But why are there two signs for /e/?
> Is one of them /E/ or /@/? It seems very popular in con-abugidas
> to have a carrier-letter for initial vowels, whereas most Indian
> scripts have in principle one letter for each vowel (*) in
> initial position -- the main exception is Tibetan which actually
> has a carrier-letter as well as a letter for /?/.
Thai also has a "silent" letter which from what I recall is used to
Inu payangyara unamey ati tal amariey ka sey, payangyara kria?
Yanaysatra sonataya atan inu jumoey ati atan matawsara jumoey ati.