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List of languages by writing system

Below is a list of languages sorted by writing system (by alphabetical order).

Contents

  • Afaka syllabary 1
  • Anatolian alphabets 2
  • Arabic script 3
  • Aramaic alphabet 4
  • Armenian script 5
  • Borama script 6
  • Brahmic family and derivatives 7
    • Assamese-Bengali 7.1
    • Balinese script 7.2
    • Baybayin script 7.3
    • Buhid script 7.4
    • Burmese script 7.5
    • Chakma 7.6
    • Devanagari 7.7
    • Dhives Akuru 7.8
    • Gujarati script 7.9
    • Gurmukhi script 7.10
    • Hanunó'o script 7.11
    • Javanese script (Hanacaraka) 7.12
    • Kaithi script 7.13
    • Kannada script 7.14
    • Khmer script 7.15
    • Khojki 7.16
    • Khudawadi 7.17
    • Lao script 7.18
    • Lepcha script 7.19
    • Limbu script 7.20
    • Lontara script (Buginese) 7.21
    • Malayalam script 7.22
    • Meitei Mayek 7.23
    • Modi 7.24
    • Oriya script 7.25
    • 'Phags-pa script 7.26
    • Ranjana 7.27
    • Saurashtra 7.28
    • Sinhala script 7.29
    • Tagbanwa script 7.30
    • Tamil script 7.31
    • Telugu script 7.32
    • Thaana script 7.33
    • Thai script 7.34
    • Tibetan script 7.35
  • Canadian Aboriginal script 8
  • Caucasian Albanian alphabet 9
  • Cherokee script 10
  • Coptic alphabet 11
  • Cyrillic script 12
  • Bosnian Cyrillic alphabet (bosančica) 13
  • Ge'ez script (Eritrean and Ethiopic) 14
  • Georgian script 15
  • Glagolitic alphabet 16
  • Gothic alphabet 17
  • Greek script 18
  • Chinese characters and derivatives 19
  • Hangul 20
  • Hebrew script 21
  • Old Italic script 22
  • Kaddare script 23
  • Kana 24
  • Khitan scripts 25
  • Latin script 26
  • Mesoamerican scripts 27
    • Epi-Olmec script 27.1
    • Maya script 27.2
    • Mixtec script 27.3
    • Nahuat hieroglyphs 27.4
    • Olmec script 27.5
    • Zapotec script 27.6
    • Takalik Abaj and Kaminaljuyú scripts 27.7
  • Mongolian and related scripts 28
    • Old Uyghur alphabet 28.1
    • Mongolian script 28.2
    • Manchu script 28.3
  • Munda scripts 29
    • Sorang Sompeng 29.1
    • Ol Cemet' 29.2
    • Varang Kshiti 29.3
  • N'Ko script 30
  • Naxi script 31
  • Nsibidi 32
  • Ogham 33
  • Osmanya script 34
  • Pahawh Hmong 35
  • Old Permic alphabet 36
  • Runic script 37
  • Old Turkic script 38
    • Old Hungarian alphabet 38.1
  • Tifinagh 39
  • Yi script 40
  • References 41

Afaka syllabary

Anatolian alphabets

Arabic script

Many languages of Russia and Central Asia before replacement with Latin and later Cyrillic

Aramaic alphabet

Armenian script

Borama script

Brahmic family and derivatives

Assamese-Bengali

Balinese script

Baybayin script

Buhid script

Burmese script

Chakma

Devanagari

Dhives Akuru

Gujarati script

Gurmukhi script

Hanunó'o script

Javanese script (Hanacaraka)

Kaithi script

Kannada script

Khmer script

Khojki

Khudawadi

Lao script

Lepcha script

Limbu script

Lontara script (Buginese)

Malayalam script

Meitei Mayek

Modi

Oriya script

'Phags-pa script

Ranjana

Saurashtra

Sinhala script

Tagbanwa script

Tamil script

Telugu script

Thaana script

Thai script

Tibetan script

Canadian Aboriginal script

Caucasian Albanian alphabet

  • Udi (formerly)

Cherokee script

Coptic alphabet

Cyrillic script

Bosnian Cyrillic alphabet (bosančica)

Ge'ez script (Eritrean and Ethiopic)

Georgian script

Glagolitic alphabet

Gothic alphabet

Greek script

Chinese characters and derivatives

Hangul

Hebrew script

Old Italic script

Kaddare script

Kana

Khitan scripts

Latin script

Mesoamerican scripts

Epi-Olmec script

(Extinct)

Maya script

(Almost extinct although still used in some areas)

Mixtec script

(Almost extinct although still used in some areas)

Nahuat hieroglyphs

(Now uses Spanish alphabet)

Olmec script

(Extinct)

Zapotec script

Takalik Abaj and Kaminaljuyú scripts

Mongolian and related scripts

Old Uyghur alphabet

Mongolian script

Manchu script

Munda scripts

Sorang Sompeng

Ol Cemet'

Varang Kshiti

N'Ko script

Naxi script

Nsibidi

Ogham

Osmanya script

Pahawh Hmong

Old Permic alphabet

Runic script

Old Turkic script

Old Hungarian alphabet

Tifinagh

Yi script

References

  1. ^ Arabic
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