Category:Other
Feature:Writing Systems WALS
Name:Syllabic
Languages (33):
Conlangs (33):
Poswa
Poswobs try very hard to write their language with a syllabary, even though it has several thousand possible syllables.  There are two sets of signs for single consonants, however, and a few rare 2-syllable glyphs.
Qahta
Tseeyo
Altian
Kisuna
Hacherian
'Yemls
Annese
Lhenazi
Alopian
Rayalaka
Groh-if
Naeso
Thiuas
Kiassan Turasta
Fictish
Neo-Fictish
Lhaa: Siri
Okuna
solresol
Ixe Wa
It's a 'displaced' syllabary.  

The graphemes represent (C)C(G)V, where (C) is the coda of one syllable and C(G)V is the onset and nucleus of the next one.
Eranai
Seiyotogo
ea-luna
Rireinutire
Kuty
yimmu
Old Greedian
Hy'Bae
Cheklomino
Settamu
bal'ukbar
Numi

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