This is my conlang called Ezunas.
How To Use Ezunas
Type c and j to get tsemuly and dzemuly.
Type C and J to get chahang and jahang.
Type L M and N to get lyahang, ngasu, and nyahang respectively.
Type q and x to get shahang and zhahang.
Letters semuly and zemuly have distinct initial, medial, and final forms.
For semuly, type S, s, or $.
For zemuly, type Z, z, or %.
Type the vowels in caps to lengthen them.
Type ' for the glottal stop.
Type < and > for kpekpe and gbegbe.
Not my original work. Attribution is on the last sentence.
This is a font utilising the phonetic keybindings for LCC1.6 (Language Creation Challenge - challenge #1, version 6).
sample: clagg = word | vjjl'clagg = words | vjjl'clag-oen = wordy
Usage. [Keybinding = Natural Script ; pronounciation]
a = a ; a in accustomed, according, account, attribution, active
b = vv ; v in Vladislav, Vladivostok, Vladimir, Valishchevo, Volgograd, Vietnam, Veteran
c = c ; z in zazazoo, Zoolander, zero, and Zero Dark Thirty
d = tt ; d in donut, don't, do, dose
e = e ; e in expect and expand
f = v ; f in father, feather, farther, further
g = gg ; g in guess, guest, gust, guts, and goat
h = x ; kh in Russian word ukhoda and khorosho
i = jj ; i in in, is, it, and if
j = ttz ; dzh in Russian names Dzhoshua and Dzhon
k = g ; k in kangaroo and king
l = l ; l in lord and lore
m = nn ; m in mice, mice, mice
n = n ; n in nice, nice, nice
o = o ; o in octave and orthodontist
p = v ; f in father, feather, farther, further
q = q ; ts in lots, fats, cats
r = p ; r in rabbit, rocket, racket, race, raise, road, rode
s = s ; sh in shoulder and shout and sch in German word schreiben
t = t ; t in titanic, tetris, and attractants
u = uu ; u in Uzbekistan and ue in blue and glue
v = vv ; v in vest, vintage, and volcanic
w = u ; w in west, wish, and would've
x = x ; kh in Russian word ukhoda and khorosho
y = j ; y in yes, yesn't, yeet
z = z ; zh in Russian name Zhana and j in French name Jean-Paul
cc = cc ; s in snake and sound
Attribution: Original blackletter font is called "Zeitgeist" created by PSerighelli.
This is a conlang entered using the katakana set. external documentation only
Made for personal conlang.