# THE ORTHOGRAPHY OF C'ERÖD

C'eröd is the universal language of Tam'nýer—a', The knowledge and understanding of C'ërod was gifted to every sentient being by the God of Language: Sùrelï.

Below you can learn what each consonant and vowel is, as well as the numbering system.

## CONSONANTS

B

C

D

F

G

H

J

K

L

M

N

P

Q

R

S

T

V

W

X

Z

Ç

Ƒ

Ð (ð)

Þ (þ)

Ł

Ñ

ß

Ț (ț)

Ž

Š

Ş

either placement

is acceptable

## VOWELS

Ä

Ǎ

Ã

Ā

Á

Ë

É

È

Ê

Î

Ö

Ō

Ó

Ý

Ü

Ŭ

Ú

Û

Ū

Ù

Œ

Æ

## NUMBERS

Numbers, as in any civilization, are very important. Not only for mathematics and calculations to understand the world around us (sciences), but for Tam'nýer-a' numbers are also attached to the days of the week and to the denizens that believe in numerology; a belief that pertains to the balances of good, evil and the Gods.

Below you can learn not only the numbers, but their symbols. We will also show the aforementioned correlations.

1

Zjn

2

Tăs

3

C'ü

4

Kén’ž

5

Mó

6

Şa'n

7

Tzî

8

Ue's̩

9

Koë

10

Paßn

As you can see, Tam'nýer-a''s numbers function similarly to the Roman numeral system, so it's not that difficult.

Only the numbers 1 thru 10 have a name, and are as listed above.

To make the numbers represent days, merely take a number of 1 to 9 and add a 'sk to the end of it. For example:

Zjn'sk | Tăs'sk | C’ü’sk | Kén’ž’sk | Mó’sk | Şa'n’sk | Tzî'sk | Ue's̩'sk | Koë'sk

It is only 1 to 9 because there are only nine days in a Tam'nýer-a''n week.

As for the symbols denoting the numbers, the numbers 1-9 will always be the same, as the 10 symbol changes minorly to denote the increments of ten as you go up to 100, as depicted below:

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100