Ghana Adinkra Alphabet

Adinkra Alphabet is a phonetic writing system derived from Adinkra symbols for the Ghanaian languages of Akan, Ewe, Ga and Dagbani. Adinkra Alphabet was created by Charles Korankye in 2015.

Adinkra Alphabet has 42 characters and 45 glyphs. This consist of 10 vowels and 32 consonants as shown below. There are also 10 numerals and and an array marker.





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