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  • {{ind|general-imported|alphabets|words for non-Lojban letters|rationale}} Second, English has names only for ...rehensive system that can handle, at least potentially, all of the world's alphabets and other writing systems.
    64 KB (9,472 words) - 08:17, 1 July 2014
  • ...resented, and upper/lower case. But less than a dozen LWs should cover the alphabets of our source languages and Greek. We expect that letterals will lexemicall ...cover the major alphabets, especially including all of the source language alphabets, are (GMR Loglan/Loglan-88):
    243 KB (42,050 words) - 13:59, 17 December 2014
  • ...ut it is not very far along: no spelling anything but Lojban, no alternate alphabets (or is that another section?), nothing about compounds (e.g., scope), usage > along: no spelling anything but Lojban, no alternate alphabets (or
    13 KB (1,870 words) - 09:39, 27 January 2015
  • ...the political situation in those two countries, and they use two different alphabets). We had the problem with India that, although Hindi is only one of several ...h are more widespread than the language, and the use of their languages or alphabets for certain international scientific purposes. (You probably know examples
    262 KB (45,389 words) - 13:42, 23 May 2014
  • ...000 books, with significant per book proposal by Rex May on non-Loglan alphabets, which is research languages with unfamiliar alphabets. selected? From the perspective of semiology, this is a
    251 KB (40,262 words) - 07:05, 9 July 2014
  • special text fonts and alphabets on our computers. Meanwhile Nora has been working on the enhanced rev lerfu. The Latin and Greek alphabets can be more readily crop(s) grown.
    455 KB (71,402 words) - 07:08, 9 July 2014
  • alphabets and special symbols in be mailed. You may have as many foreign alphabets. that the gismu list currently is
    361 KB (46,216 words) - 07:09, 9 July 2014
  • ...essentially the same range as 2 but covering a wider variety of alternate alphabets — even Elves need proofreaders). The first is already covered by the free ...essentially the same range as 2 but covering a wider variety of alternate alphabets — even Elves need proofreaders). The first is already covered by the free
    165 KB (25,047 words) - 15:03, 26 January 2015
  • ...na and hiragana can be made into true alphabets that may represent Lojban. Alphabets might be preferable, since the Japanese syllabary cannot pleasantly transcr
    3 KB (273 words) - 15:52, 14 October 2019
  • '''Chuck Barton''' - linguist; has worked on the Primer, phonetic values for alphabets, etymologies for C-prims, new C-prims, notes on dictionary problems, and is
    116 KB (18,033 words) - 14:45, 23 March 2014
  • * many/multiple notations for the same audio sound in semi-phonetic alphabets.
    3 KB (468 words) - 12:26, 12 June 2015
  • ...ne happens to want to make one, some sample Syriac text and the two Syriac alphabets, estrangela and nestorian, are at [http://www.omniglot.com/writing/syriac.h
    6 KB (982 words) - 16:19, 23 March 2014
  • ...s this is the most commonly used script for writing Lojban. However, other alphabets may be used in calligraphy, and in some cases Lojban calligraphers might wi
    4 KB (712 words) - 08:21, 30 June 2014
  • ...ell-understood) ideographies available. The ones underlying Egyptian (and alphabets generally) are very restricted, similarly the various Mesopotamian forms.
    15 KB (2,427 words) - 14:57, 25 August 2015
  • I was of the impression most eurasian alphabets went back to either [[estrangela yriac|estrangela yriac]] or brahmi.
    1 KB (172 words) - 08:25, 30 June 2014
  • [[Category:Alphabets]]
    6 KB (1,027 words) - 08:54, 30 June 2014
  • You also mentioned a lot about standardization of names for alphabets, typefaces, and the like. This is arguably a matter for the fine folks over
    54 KB (9,200 words) - 11:18, 21 October 2014
  • ...that, outside of specialists in languages or culture, no more than a dozen alphabets are actually used (math rarely gets beyond Greek, German, and Hebrew and it
    158 KB (24,606 words) - 09:39, 27 January 2015
  • ...ver, this digit does not belong to any of the previously mentioned numeric alphabets.
    8 KB (1,220 words) - 20:03, 3 March 2018