Abun or Abun Creole is a fictional language based on French. Abun is used in Haiti, Cuba, Aruba and Boinare.

Alphabet[edit | edit source]

The Abun Creole Alphabet is unique due to the lack of the letter e, but the letter è appears. The Abun language alphabet has the form: A,B,C,D,È,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,R,S,T,W,U,X,Y,Z.

Examples[edit | edit source]

  • Un-One,
  • Du-Two,
  • Tri-Three,
  • Fin-Four,
  • Ènos-Five,
  • Sins-Six,
  • Abtan-Seven,
  • Nun-Eight,
  • Duni-Nine,
  • Rei-Ten,
  • Bonju-Hello,
  • Gun Nej- Good Bye,
  • Èmerica-America,
  • Ènglandiu-England
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