|The name of the language (‘Mhmmz) in the ‘Mhmmz script|
Now let's break down the word into its individual parts:
|Analysis of the word ‘Mhmmz|
Each syllable is enclosed in a 7-shaped bracket; the green ones in the image. Or if there is no onset simply a vertical line. This is from devanagari- and tibetan-influence.
The red characters are the vowels m and mm respectively. See how the shape of the long vowel symbol is derrived from the short vowel symbol? All long vowels of the script are, but each of them is derived somewhat randomly. But I guess this makes the script featural. At least a bit like hangul.
The bright blue character is the onset of the second syllable (h), and you may wonder where the onset of the first syllable (‘) is. It is not written directly, but the horizontal line of the syllable-bracket alone stands in for it. And as mentioned no onset is marked otherwise.
The purple curl at the end marks the tone, and so does the absence of a curl in the first syllable. I think you get the point of how this script works. Now jump in to get the full alphabet.
Without further ado, here are the (onset) consonants:
|The consonants of the ‘Mhmmz script with romanization.|
Most consonants connect to the top line of the syllable-bracket. The glottal stop does not take up as much space as is depicted here, but is rather narrow as in the sample earlier.
Edit: I forgot to say: The coda consonants (f, k, x) have the same shape as in the onset, they only attatch themselves directly to the vowel. Except if the vowel is q or qq, in which case they just hang underneath without contact.
The vowels are here:
|The vowels of the ‘Mhmmz script with romanization.|
Now let's get on with the tones:
|The tones of the ‘Mhmmz script with romanization. From left to right: low, high, rising, falling.|
Lastly the punctuation:
|The punctuation of the ‘Mhmmz script.|
Wauw, what fun we've had today! I hope you enjoy the script as much as I do.