Recently I've created an Spanish Runic Syllabary. Why Spanish -you may be asking yourselves-? Because Spanish is a language in which Orthography is really, really, truly phonetic (and is also my mother tongue
It would be so difficult (or even impossible) to create a sillabary for English; almost 25 vowel sounds, and lots of consonants... I wouldn't have enough TSS (Total Simple Syllables (runes)) for it.
The syllabary has 90 TSS (Total Simple Syllables (I love to use acronyms in my writing sistems
), I mean; 5 Single Vowels (or VSS (Vowel Simple Syllables) which are the 5 Vowels in Spanish, and 85 CVSS (Consonant-Vowel Simple Syllables.
This Syllabary is almost completely phonetic, it even doesn't use Spanish orthography. As you can see, the square on right of each consonant has got an smaller one. The smaller one is not a lower case letter, obviously, it's a diacritical mark for final consonants. And there are also some diacritics which can be placed above the CVS (Consonant-Vowel Syllable), VS (Vowel Syllable), CVVS, VVS, etc.. Lets do a scheme:
5 VSS, 85 CVSS= 90 TSS.
Vowels: 5. 2 interleaveable vowels. CV (Closed Vowels)= 2 (Ii, Uu). VCVS (Vowel-Closed Vowel Syllables)= 2 more.OV (Open Vowels)= 3 (Aa, Ee, Oo). VOVS (Vowel-Open Vowel Syllables)= 6 more. Total Vowel Syllables=13.
16Diacritics Below. 4 Diacritics Above. Consonant-Vowel Syllables= 85. 1360 Consnant-Vowel-Consonant Syllables. 340 Consonant-Vowel-Vowel Syllables. 5440 Consonant-Vowel-Vowel-Consonant Syllables.
5637 Total Syllables.
And my question is: does Unicode computerize this kind of invented writing systems for someone if they ask for it?
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