Tloko glyph

티가
tlika – / t͡ɬiːka/ – family; kin; clan

reminiscent of Han Character

The glyph on the left is the ‘epigraphic’ version, the middle is the ‘text’, and the right is the ‘handwritten’. The green “hyo” is the syllable from which the glyph was derived.

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New Kala word

토버
tlope – /t͡ɬoːpɛ/ – expire; fall due; run out; end of term

Taken from: utløpe

Kala Phrase

바나하 어감 거 타하 가묘 지뷰먀여
panaha ekam ke tlaha kamyo tsipuemyaye
/panaːha eːkam kɛ t͡ɬaːha kaːmʲo t͡ʃɪpʷɛmʲaːʲe/
rain-AUG P.3pl O depart 3pl.GEN delay-CAUS-PST
The heavy rain made them put off their departure.

Elefen Arabesca


ama – love; affection

This, and the few that I plan to do in the coming months are my attempt to create Square Kufic Designs similar to those on the great website Sakkal.com. I am using my adaptation of the Arabic script for Elefen, which I affectionately call Arabesca.

New Kala word

저다
tseta – /t͡ʃɛːta/ – cross [over]; intersect; meeting point

Taken from: ristetä

Tloko glyph

따히
ntahi – /ⁿtaːɦi/ – child; offspring

reminiscent of, and inspired by Mayan glyph:

The glyph on the left is the ‘epigraphic’ version, the middle is the ‘text’, and the right is the ‘handwritten’. The red “nlu” is the syllable from which the glyph was derived.

New Kala word

건다
kenta – /kɛːⁿta/ – capital city for a seat of government

Taken from: başkent