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** About to lose his last sense for rationality, [[.aulun.]] pondered about a [[Hiragana|Hiragana]] script for Lojban.
 
** About to lose his last sense for rationality, [[.aulun.]] pondered about a [[Hiragana|Hiragana]] script for Lojban.
 
** Katakana and Hiragana could be mixed too which would be even more weird.
 
** Katakana and Hiragana could be mixed too which would be even more weird.
** A kana alphabet for Lojban by Mediator64 can be found on [[la .kanas. cu vlaleci'e la .lojban.]]
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** A kana alphabet for Lojban by Mediator64 can be found on [[la kanas cu vlaleci'e la lojban]]
 
*[[Mongolian|Mongolian]] orthography
 
*[[Mongolian|Mongolian]] orthography
 
* [[Manchu orthography|Manchu]] orthography
 
* [[Manchu orthography|Manchu]] orthography
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*[[Georgian Orthography|Georgian ]]<nowiki/>orthography
 
*[[Georgian Orthography|Georgian ]]<nowiki/>orthography
 
*[[jbopomofo|jbopomofo]]
 
*[[jbopomofo|jbopomofo]]
**[[lo jbopomofo]]
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**[[lo jbopomofo]] is another proposal by Mediator64
*The Tibetan script may be used to write lojban according to [[lo jungoxuzu selyle'u cu vlaleci'e la .lojban.]] by Mediator64
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*The Tibetan script may be used to write lojban according to [[lo jungoxuzu selyle'u cu vlaleci'e la lojban]] by Mediator64
 
== Fictional Scripts ==
 
== Fictional Scripts ==
 
*The [http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/relipper/tolkien/rootpage.html Tolkien] script [http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/4948/tengwar/index.htm Tengwar] has been [[Tengwar|proposed as another way of writing Lojban]]. The proposal originally came from prominent ex-Lojbanist [http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/ Eric Raymond], which has made its repute spread far and wide.
 
*The [http://www.csclub.uwaterloo.ca/u/relipper/tolkien/rootpage.html Tolkien] script [http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/4948/tengwar/index.htm Tengwar] has been [[Tengwar|proposed as another way of writing Lojban]]. The proposal originally came from prominent ex-Lojbanist [http://www.tuxedo.org/~esr/ Eric Raymond], which has made its repute spread far and wide.

Revision as of 14:40, 6 July 2019

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