AlphabetEditThe Sky Language alphabet is made mostly of western characters, but with different symbols. Vowels are added like macrons or accent graves.
To form a vowel-consonant cluster:
For example, the letter B (see image).
All words are paired/clustered into twos. When the last word is left alone, merge it with the previous cluster. The last letter of the first word in a cluster is capitalized to indicate the start of the second word.
ioFanosti zyOcheis – A song of hope
As separate words: iof (the/a) anosti (music/song) zyo (of) cheis (hope)
Like some other languages (Lunaria and Hymmnos), sky language has no verb tenses and adjective indicators.
Vowels are written separately as vowels, but combined/merged with consonants when written with them. Capital letters are in bold/larger.
haNas mieLiEjian. – I am your friend.
haNzeAmiel. – I love you.
luRie orRaSsarr? – Whose eyes are those?
wiXistub xEiEenfes. Don’t kill her imagination.