Hum, no, isn't long vowels like EE, use the long carrier. While short
vowels use the short carrier.. The chevron, okay..
Zaekahree and Traevus
Zaekuhree and Traevis
I remember somewhere the use of the upper and lower form of a letter,
such as the character that has the ascending and decending parts. Was
used for .. I forget, it has been years..
Mike aka Morgoth
--- In elfscript@y..., DDanielA@w... wrote:
> Zachary should end in 'short carrier + chevron', not 'anna'. Also, I
> would write the 'r' in Zachary with 'rómen' instead of 'óre';
> Tolkien always used 'rómen' before a a vowel. The extended form of
> 'ampa' is not as common as the normal form, but according to JRRT
> extended forms were acceptable variants of the normal ones. And he
> the extnded forms in the Ring inscription!
> Cuio mae, Danny.