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Yenán Writing System
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An overview of the Yenán Writing System
This public article was written by EvanFyous, and last updated on 6 Mar 2016, 23:50.

Yenán Orthography

The Yenán Yená writing system is an abugida/ˌɑːbuːˈɡiːdə/ whereby consonants are written first with vowels being formed as diacritics above their accompanying consonant. There are 20 consonants, seven vowel qualities, and one null consonant in Yená. There are also two diphthongs, which do not have separate graphemes in the Yenán orthography.

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