Mañi abugida

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Mañi abugida
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TypeAbugida
LanguagesMañi
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The Mañi abugida is the most widely used script for the Mañi language, and is the ancestor of the modern scripts of much of Soltenna and Akulanen.

The Old Tekaunye syllabary, after a couple centuries of use, transitioned into a more internally consistent abugida.

Glyphs

Mañi abugida.png

The Ca forms of the glyphs from the Old Tekaunye syllabary are kept, and other CV combinations are shown by combinations with diacritic-like versions of the standalone vowel letters. In addition to the tone and nasality markings from the syllabary, the abugida has also developed a virama. As in the syllabary, there are no distinct letters for w or y.

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