Syllabary

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 central fricative
labial pPo bBO mMU fFv
alveolar tTe dDE nNI lLW rRw sSz
palatal cCy jJY xXZ
velar kK> gG< qQA
glottal aiu hHV

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.

While their shapes have been modified over time, it is still fairly clear how each phonetic feature has been symbolised.