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Re: Alphabet comparison table for Latin/Greek/Cyrillic

From:Benct Philip Jonsson <conlang@...>
Date:Sunday, May 13, 2007, 9:02
Henrik Theiling skrev:
 > Hi!
 > To help select letters for an Latin/Greek/Cyrillic (LGC)
 > based alphabet for a conlang, I made a table for
 > comparison. The goal is to include all LGC Unicode
 > characters from LGC without diacritics, hooks, strokes,
 > etc., i.e. only the basic forms, in a single table for
 > easy comparison of the glyph forms in order to more easily
 > pick a subset for the conlang.
 > I thought you might find it helpful, so here it is:

You should consider also those letters which are look-
alikes in cursive like Latin lower-case m and Cyrillic lower-
case t. (I'm too lazy to bring up BabelPad. You know what
I mean! :-)

 > (Maybe I will include Armenian later, too, since I found

I've on occasion borrowed Armenian ben to simulate insular
f, and upper-case Reh as a capital for long s. Also upper-
case Co might be a choice if one wants to differentiate the
two styles of lower-case Latin G! :-)

 > that e.g. the DejaVu fonts make that alphabet also fit
 > perfectly in style.)

Too bad it isn't included in DejaVu Serif!