/i/ - Is conlanging considered creativity? I'm working on an alphabet to fit this Semitic-based conlang I'm making. You can use it to write Arabic and Hebrew and some other Semitic languages but it's gonna be used for this conlang. I'm still not sure whether to


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Is conlanging considered creativity? I'm working on an alphabet to fit this Semitic-based conlang I'm making. You can use it to write Arabic and Hebrew and some other Semitic languages but it's gonna be used for this conlang. I'm still not sure whether to make it an alphabet (as in vowels are written whether they're short or not) or an abjad (vowels either not written completely, or if they're short vowels they're not written but long vowels are). My inspiration for the script itself is Mongolian, and Phoenician mostly. Mongolian because I like how it's written cursively from top to bottom, and Phoenician because of the characters themselves.


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