The Cannic script
Ðí Kánika skribda |
Azukania | Contents
The Cannic script was created by Nikhil Sinha in August 2011 to write the Cannic language. It is an alphabetic script. It has been modelled on European scripts. The Cannic language is also written in the Roman script.
There are twenty-nine letters in the Cannic alphabet – nineteen consonants and ten vowels. These have been given below. There is no distinction between capital and small letters.
A Á B C D Ð E É F G H I Í J K L M N O Ó P R S T Þ U Ú V Z
3.1 SOME SENTENCES
Three birds are flying.
Trí birduz flíni. | .
Cannic is a simple language.
Kánika astis á simplán lánguéja. | .
There were many beautiful trees in the garden.
Astuva maniz béllaz vríkáz ðí gardáné. | .
I am learning Cannic.
Áma larning Kánika. | .
My name is Nikhil Sinha.
Ámos náma astis Nikil Sinhán. | .
Where is the book?
Uhéra astis ðí búka? | ?
You are coming with me.
Rún kaming ámuviþ. | .
Are you coming with me?
Vón rún kaming ámuviþ? | ?
What is the name of that city?
Vón astis ðí náma ðátos métrosi? | ?
She said, "I am coming."
Cín tákóz, "Áma kaming." | , " ."
She said that she was coming.
Cín tákóz ðát cín kaming. | .
I live in India in Asia.
Áma livis Indiánin Áciánin. | .
3.2 ARTICLE 1 OF THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Óla hrúmanas burþár frín án ikvála dignínin án rítetát. Itas hávár rízana án kóncisa án cudí áktí óluviþ á éspirité braðánéssos.
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This website was last updated on 12 May 2021.