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Niganese Writing SystemsEdit

LoveForTheAsiansAndAfricans (talk) 18:30, April 25, 2019 (UTC)Other related Niganese languages:Yībón no KiSwahili,Yībón no Nihongo,Yībón no Hangul,Yībón no Igbo,Yībón no Pinyin,Yībón no Yorùbá,Yībón no Senego(Senegal) and Yībó English.

1.Senegana(Seperated):Are replacements when the Kombīgana are not in use and it is also used to make Nsanʤi itself.(some of the Igboganas where originated from the Japanese Hiragana).

2.Senegana(Kombīgana):Combined shortcuts of Igboganas that are used for everyday word/word grup,greetings,sentences,grammar,situations(from basic to complex).

3.Kagukana(Seperated):Are replacements when the Kombīgana are not in use and it is also used to make Nsandji itself(some of the Kagukanas where originated from the Japanese Katakana).

4.Kagukana(Kombīgana):Combined shortcuts of Kagukanas that used for everyday word/word group,[greetings,sentences,grammar,situations(from basic to complex).

5.Fwiugana:It's like Furigana when it has Hiragana on top of the Kanji but it has three terms-Senegana(Seperated)1st on top,SeneganaKombīgana(Middle),Nsandji(Bottom)

6.Nsandji:Origianl(Borrowed from/mixed with Nsibidi(Igbo) and Hanzi(Chinese),Nsandī(from Senegana/Kagukana),Nsandji(Traditional)/Sipandji(Simplifed).

7.Wanoji(In words, but not in English).

8.Tengana:Alphabets in Dhaku, and Tenten forms only(Chinese words Senegana), and Japanese words(Kagukana).

9.Wīgana:Using any alphabet and "y" with a tenten by it(Used for Igbo/Nsibidi words (Senegana), and Swahili(Kagukana).

10.Kangji(Writing the Igbogana and Kagukana by putting a vowel without putting an dhaku or tenten to the letter(Basic Writing of Nsandji).

11.Kombīgana:A type of writing when mixing 2 letters from a consonant and a vowel to make a full letter. Only Senegana consonants can go with Senegana vowels, and only Kagukana consonants can go with Kagukana vowels. If you mix a Igbogana letter with a Kagukana letter you'll get confused.

12.Smaller consonant letters makes the double letter and only comes before a consonant letter with these symbol "/º or before a kombīgana.

13.Transletteral:A writing system when you take a letter or a word that sound the same or that has a similar pronouciation and changing it into another word Ex1: B →P, Ex2:Neko →Micwo, Ex3: Zhìxiàng志向→ Shekisyàmk志向, Ex4: Jericho(Biblical)→Jerikho, Ex5:Banāì→Pánàí(accental), Ex6:garu→ragu→waku→kawu(swaps).

UnicodesEdit

1.Dhaku(º)Which adds a "y"+vowel to any alphabet.

2.Tenten(")Which adds any vowel to consonants and consonant+vowel to vowels.

3.Iteration(ゝ,ゞ/ヽ,ヾ) borrowed from Japanese.

4. Punctuations:「」()  。.    !!  ??  、, |}


1. Kagukana are used for writing names of a noun,jobs/occupations, and an onomatopoeia(In Japanese-Swahili words) just like katakana

2. Senegana are used for writing verbs,adjectives,pronouns,suffixes/affixes/prefixes,numbers,and months(In Chinese-Igbo words) just like hiragana.

3.The Niganese letters can come in 2 forms. The 1st form with a letter by itself and the 2nd form has a silent "h" by and kh can make a "k/c" or "ch" sound

4.It also has 139,555+ Nsandis (漢字), from combining Kanji and Nsibidi characters together. Nsandji means "Kanji and Nsibidi ". Ex: 冂b + 生a =闰ba..

5.Also the Niganese langauge has 4 different accents. It has a regular,macron,grave, and aundetdot.

6. This symbol " to the right on the consonants add an vowel and on the vowel:consonant + vowel. This symbol º on the right makes the consonants and vowels add and "y" + vowel.
And the smaller consonant letters makes the double letter and only comes before a letter with this symbol "

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All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. 

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