Gallifreyan is a fictional language used by the Time Lords of Gallifrey, from the British television program Doctor Who. There are three kinds of Gallifreyan:
Gallifreyan is a ctional language used by the Time Lords of Gallifrey, from the British television program Doctor Who. There are many kinds of Gallifreyan. All of them are made by fans, and I suggest you check them out too. This guide deals with Circular Gallifreyan.
To clarify, this is not a language. I may make a language at some point, because I do enjoy making languages and there are some neat things I have planned for tenses, but for the time being, this is simply a cool way of writing English.
These are the consonants. There is no C; write S or K instead depending on the sound. Other than this, Gallifreyan follows letters and not sounds.
These are the vowels. A more comprehensive diagram can be found here. And heres the punctuation. More on that later. To read a word in Gallifreyan, start at the bottom, then read counterclockwise. Lets construct a few example words.
Here are the individual letters as they appear in the alphabet grid above. Place the B at the bottom of the word, since it is the rst letter. Because the word is short, the B can be rather large. The rst letter of a word does not have to be exactly at the bottom, but it does have to be the rst letter when reading counterclockwise from the bottom.
Because the O is a vowel and it comes after a consonant Bit is placed on top of the B. The dotted circles in the vowel list show how each vowel attaches.
In the case of O, it would look something like the picture to the right. If the O were not preceded by a consonant, it would look more like the lower picture. This is also what it would look like if it were at the beginning of the word, or if you simply dont want to attach it to the consonant.
Vowels seem hard to manage, but this vowel sheet provides an easy reference. The W has lines coming out of it.
It is a good habit to indicate however many lines are needed with short marks on the letter, then extend them fully once the full sentence is created.
That way, you can connect letters even between words that have lines on them. See if you can tell what these other words are: These words, of course, are ties, are, and cool.
Double letters such as the oo in cool can be denoted by another circle, so cool could be written as such: Words are ne, but sentences look much more impressive.Gallifreyan is the language used by the Time Lords from the planet Gallifrey.
There are several forms of written and spoken Gallifreyan. Circular Gallifreyan evolved from Modern Linear Gallifreyan. The writting is sub-divided into. We've also added plenty of references to Gallifreyan locations like the Capitol, Arcadia, and the Archives, and have tried to make sure that each unique name comes with plenty of color, fun and entertainment that hopefully pays a warm tribute to the world of Doctor Who.
being, this is simply a cool way of writing English. Enjoy! The Alphabet Itself: These are the consonants. There is no C; write S or K instead depending on the sound. Other than this, Gallifreyan follows letters A Guide to the Gallifreyan Alphabet- Loren Sherman 6.
Diacritics, etc. How to write Rose in circular Gallifreyan. Doctor Who. The whole circular alphabet is on Speak of Gallifrey. Encuentra este Pin y muchos más en Allons-y, Doctor Who is on!, de Sarah Dutcher-Smith. Ver más. de Pinterest Circular Gallifreyan alphabet.
Doctor Who. How to write in Gallifreyan. Mar 06, · As for the new circle style writing, my only theory is that during the Time War, Gallifrey started writing in a new, coded alphabet that the Daleks wouldn't understand. Afterwards, the Doctor never switched back.
You may never become a Time Lord — but least you can learn to write in their elegant, intricate language. There's no "official" lexicon to the circular Gallifreyan script we've seen in Doctor.