There are 21 “consonants” in Kendane͡ivash and 11 “vowels”; these have separately defined alphabets.
The standard Latin transcription used by the author consists of all standard Latin characters, plus the extra character s̈ and minus c, w and x.
In other words, these Latin letters are used:
The consonant alphabet is transcribed as follows:
- f is more often rendered as ph
- k may be optionally rendered as c (such as in Valcen's name), usually when the author feels that using k would make the word look too much like someone slipped and fell into German.
The vowel alphabet is transcribed as follows:
kendane͡ivash/alphabet.txt · Last modified: 2020-02-01 21:30 by pinkgothic