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Re: Abbreviation systems (was Re: Hello everybody)

From:Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>
Date:Wednesday, March 27, 2002, 3:39
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 11:29:17 -0800 Frank George Valoczy
<valoczy@...> writes:
> Nyenya'a has several scripts. One was alphabetic, derived from > Hiragana. > Before the alphabetic was introduced, there was the normal, > everyday > Hiragana, there was the really roundy Hiragana for decorative > purposes, > and the square (Kufi-like) Hiragana used exclusively for writing > the > Koran. Nowadays only the Alphabetic is used generally, but the Koran > is > still written only in the "Kufigana". > ---ferko
- That sounds cool, do you have any pictures of the different styles up on the web? One day i really need to get back to work on the 'new' Rokbeigalmki webpage... i'm planning on having a huge chart of all the different script styles and transliteration systems. -Stephen (Steg) "...i sudahya-a, sudguptub-ad uhz, uhzoi-dagair amsh nga'kefyim-a tzmuhm-a."