English Abjad Cipher
|English Abjad Cipher|
|Type:||Abjadic Substitution Cipher|
|Time period:||Presently used in Artwork|
|Parent systems:||Arabic, Bramhi, Dbu Can (7th Century Tibetan), Old Hebrew, Hiragana (Japanese), Khmer, Phoenician, Malayalam, Oriya, Sarada, Sanskrit, Syriac, & Thai|
The English Abjad Cipher is a constructed script made for the purpose of writing beautifully and with an exotic air. Its current use is in artwork and on calligraphy scrolls. Although it was created to write in English, it has enough characters to write in most Romance languages, Japanese, Korean, Cebuano, Tagalog, and most Germanic languages (Germanic languages with changing the meaning of the unused character to β).