the alphabet of nakiltipkaspimak (was: milimpulaktasin)
|From:||daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Friday, May 4, 2001, 16:10|
Robert Hailman limutxutwat:
> I'm just looking at "milimpulaktasin" and imagining it in
> the adaptation of Arabic you described, and (despite my very
> limited knowledge of Arabic writing) I must say it's looking
> like it will look *very* cool.
Actually, it's an adaption of Aramaic writing, which IIRC is
the ancestor of both the Arabic and the Hebrew writing systems.
Anyway. I scanned in the alphabet "Axinpayin" and some example
sentences of the writing system and put it on my website.
The example sentences:
Nakiltipkaspimak's main page:
Let me know what you think.
<> Kattawiknik pimaktasal! <> firstname.lastname@example.org <>
<> Katsayuknik pimak! <> www.geocities.com/conlangus <>