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List of constructed scripts

This list of constructed scripts is in alphabetical order. ISO 15924 codes beginning with "Qa" are unofficial codes that have been taken from the Proposed script codes for the ConScript Unicode Registry by Doug Ewell. This list does not include any shorthand systems.

Script name ISO 15924 Year created Creator Comments
Afaka Afak 1910 Afáka Atumisi Used to write the Ndyuka language
Aiha Qaba 1985 Ursula K. Le Guin Writing system of the fictional Kesh language
Alphabet 26 1950 Bradbury Thompson
Alzetjan Qaaa mid-1980s Herman Miller
Amman-Iar Qabn David Bell
Armenian Armn 405–406 Saint Mesrob
aUI Qabi early 1960s John W. Weilgart
Aurebesh 1993 Stephen Crane (West End Games) [1]
Blissymbol Blis 1949 Charles K. Bliss
Braille Brai 1821 Louis Braille Dozens of derived scripts and alphabets
Canadian Aboriginal syllabics Cans 1840s James Evans
Cherokee Cher 1819 Sequoyah
Chinook Dupl 1891 Father Jean-Marie-Raphaël Le Jeune Adaptation of Duployé Shorthand
Cirth Cirt J. R. R. Tolkien
Clear Script 1648 Zaya Pandit
Coorgi-Cox alphabet 2005 Gregg M. Cox
Cyrillic Cyrl / Cyrs ca. 940 Saint Cyril or his students
DanceWriting 1972 Valerie Sutton part of the IMWA
Deseret Dsrt mid-19th century University of Deseret
Engsvanyáli Qaae 1940s M. A. R. Barker
Eskayan ca. 1900–1950 Mariano Datahan Attributed to the ancestor of the Eskaya clan
Ewellic Qabe 1980 Doug Ewell
Ferengi Qabf Timothy Miller
Fraser 1915 James O. Fraser
Gargoyle Qaag 1990 Herman Miller
Glagolitic Glag 862–863 Saints Cyril and Methodius
HamNoSys 1985 University of Hamburg
Hangul Hang 1443 King Sejong
Hymmnos Akira Tsuchiya Created for the Ar Tonelico game series
Ilianore Qaal Jeff Smith
International Phonetic Alphabet Latn 1888 International Phonetic Association Regarded as being an extension of the Latin script
Kazat ?Akkorou Qabk Herman Miller
Kazvarad Qabv Herman Miller
Kelwathi Qabw Herman Miller
Kēlen 1980 Sylvia Sotomayor The Kēlen Writing System [2]
Kinya (galme xornaf variant) Qaan Maurizio M. Gavoli
Kinya (soþne xornaf variant) Qaao Maurizio M. Gavoli
Kinya (tolle xornaf variant) Qaat Maurizio M. Gavoli
Klingon (KLI pIqaD) Qaak Astra Image Corporation
Klingon (Skybox pIqaD) Skybox
Klingon (Mandel script) 1980 Matt Jeffries
Mando'a 2005 Karen Traviss
Mizarian Qaam Herman Miller
Monofon Qabm ∼1996 Steve T. Bett
Night writing 1819 Charles Barbier
Nísklôz Qabb Herman Miller
N'Ko Nkoo 1949 Solomana Kante
Olaetyan Qabc Herman Miller
Ophidian Qabo 1993 Unknown
Phags-pa Phag 1269 Drogön Chögyal Phagpa
Phaistos Qaap 2nd millennium BC Unknown
Pikto Qabp 1959 John E. Williams
Pollard Plrd 1936 Sam Pollard
Quikscript 1966 Ronald Kingsley Read
Røzhxh Qaar Herman Miller
Rynnan Qabr Herman Miller
Saklor Qabg Herman Miller
Sarati Sara 1910s J. R. R. Tolkien
Sarkai Qabj Herman Miller
Serivelna Qabq Herman Miller
Seussian Latin Extensions Qaas 1955 Theodor Geisel
Shavian Shaw ∼1960 Ronald Kingsley Read
SignWriting Sgnw 1974 Valerie Sutton Part of the IMWA
Solresol Qabs 1866 Jean-François Sudre
Soyombo 1686 Bogdo Zanabazar
Ssûraki Qaau Herman Miller
Stokoe notation 1960 William Stokoe
Streich Qabh Tommaso Donnarumma
Syai Qaay Brian Lilburn
Telarasso Qabt Herman Miller
Tengwar Teng 1930s J. R. R. Tolkien
Thelwik Qabl Herman Miller
Traumae Cyrl / Cyrs 1996 Devine Lu Linvega
Unifon Qabu mid-1950s John R. Malone
Verdurian Qaav Mark Rosenfelder
Visible Speech Visp 1867 Alexander Melville Bell
Xaîni Qabx Paul Blake
Zarkhánd Qabd Herman Miller
Zírí:nka Qaaz Herman Miller

See also

External links

  • Proposed script codes for the ConScript Unicode Registry
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