Tengwar mode for Russian language
Tengwar is a writing invented by JRR Tolkien for the languages of Middle-earth. Elf Fëanor invented Tengwar for writing Quenya language, Telerin and Valarin. Many other languages of Middle-earth have used Tengwar too, including Sindarin language. Here is the description of Russian mode of Tengwar.
You can see in the Table 1 a list of Tengwar consonants in the left with their Russian meaning in the right. A row in the bottom contains additional characters for specific Russian letters.
Table 2. Tengwar vowels, Russian mode
Russian letters «е» and «э» are written as one Tengwar character in the middle of the words or in the end of the words. There is no need to determine them in that position.
Table 3. Vowel example
Table 4. Initial vowels
Table 5. Yotified vowels
Table 6. Russian vowel "yeru" example
Hard sign, soft sign and the apostrophe
There is two signs in Russian language - a hard sign «ъ» and a soft sign «ь». There is the apostrophe sign in Ukrainian language - «'». See Table 8.
Table 7. Hard sign, soft sign and apostrophe examples.
Table 8. Russian letters Ц and Щ examples
I'm using a Tengwar Annatar font. Another compatible fonts are: Tengwar Quenya, Tengwar Formal and Tengwar Parmaite.
- Soft sign keyboard combinations: Alt+0204, Alt+0205, Alt+0206, Alt+0207, Alt+0180;
- Exclamation sign: Alt+0193;
- Question sign: Alt+0192;
- Numbers from 0 to 11: Alt+0240 — Alt+0251.
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