|From:||Mike Ellis <nihilsum@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 1, 2003, 20:36|
You can see the Omurax script at:
You can tell that I ripped a lot of the shapes from Tibetan, but I didn't
always use them for the same sound. I have no "official" excuse for this; I
just liked the shapes. Omurax is written from RIGHT to LEFT, and has some
odd features. For example, there are no less than four characters pronounced
[s]. This is because certain final letters are absorbed by the absolutive -s
n + s = s "(n)s" character
t + s = s "(t)s" character
null + s = s ".s" character
and of course the regular "s" character used everywhere else.
Then there's these:
k + s = x "x" character, pronounced [ks]
v + s = ps "ps" character
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