Shavian alphabet

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Shavian + alphabet

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Shavian alphabet

  1. A synthetic alphabet, invented by George Bernard Shaw in an attempt to provide a phonetic orthography for the English language. Example: water in Shavian is 𐑢𐑷𐑑𐑼.

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