Syllabaries [was Re: t-shirt]
|From:||Matthew Kehrt <matrix14@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, September 27, 2000, 23:15|
Eviendadil has a pseudo-syllabic alphabet. Each syllable is one
character, but the characters are constructed out of symbols for
I have something like 700 possible syllables, each of which is made
of an optional intitial consonant, a vowel and an optional final
Yoon Ha Lee wrote:
> Neat! :-) Then I had to be stupid and have it a syllabically written
> alphabet, like Korean--but I can't think of any other alphabets that do
> something like that (I'm sure one must be out there) and the conculture
> has certain very distant bases in Korean history, so I thought, why not?
Saráth evenü, cán el-sayü liné!
"The difference between physicists and mathematicians is that
physicists get to play with toys." -Mr. Casebolt, my Physics teacher