As well as the syllabary for most written use, there are also special-use syllabaries. One of these encodes more redundancy for use with noisy channels. The other is a non-visual written code for blind and other visually impaired users.

The Lulani syllabary was developed as a featural script, with similar sounds having similar symbols.

It is written in horizontal rows, right-to-left, and top-to-bottom.

stop voiced nasal lateral tap fricative
labial pa: p ba: b ma: m fa: f
pi: P bi: B mi: M fi: F
pu: o bu: O mu: U fu: v
alveolar /
ta: t da: d na: n la: l ra: r sa: s
ti: T di: D ni: N li: L ri: R si: S
tu: e du: E nu: I lu: W ru: w su: z
palatal ca: c ja: j xa: x
ci: C ji: J xi: X
cu: y ju: Y xu: Z
velar ka: k ga: g qa: q
ki: K gi: G qi: Q
ku: $ gu: % qu: A
glottal ’a: a ha: h
’i: i hi: H
’u: u hu: V
’a: a ’i: i ’u: u
pa: p pi: P pu: o
ba: b bi: B bu: O
ta: t ti: T tu: e
da: d di: D du: E
ca: c ci: C cu: y
ja: j ji: J ju: Y
ka: k ki: K ku: $
ga: g gi: G gu: %
ma: m mi: M mu: U
na: n ni: N nu: I
qa: q qi: Q qu: A
la: l li: L lu: W
ra: r ri: R ru: w
fa: f fi: F fu: v
sa: s si: S su: z
xa: x xi: X xu: Z
ha: h hi: H hu: V

Geminate consonants are shown as ;, placed before the geminated consonant.

A central dot / is placed between words, and sentences begin and end with a . symbol.