Upthsung

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A example of Upthsung.

Upthsung is a left to right script used to write Ru, the official language of the Democratic Republic of Ru, derived from the Mani abugida.

Upthsung was adapted from the Mani script, which is used in Akulanen. The oldest dated inscription in Ru was found in Daythion, dated 445 CE. The modern version of the script has not varied significantly throughout the ages, having occasional spelling reforms throughout its history. The current spelling reform is dated 1952.


Etymology

History

Phonology

Phonemes

Bilabial Dental Alveolar Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal
Plosive
Fricative
Approximant
Front Central Back
Close
Mid
Open

Phonotactics

Morphology and syntax

Vocabulary

Writing and literature