ŋaren crîþa 9 vlefto: Ŋarâþ Crîþ v9

Orthography and phonology

The phonology and orthography of Ŋarâþ Crîþ can be divided into eight layers in two modes (writing and speaking):

The conversions from 0 to 1, 1 to 2w, and 2s to 3s are functional: each valid input corresponds to exactly one output. The conversion from 1 to 2s is almost so, except when a ⟨&⟩ is present. In the opposite direction, the conversions from 4w to 3w, from 3w to 2w*, and from 2w* to 2w are functional. Furthermore, for any conversion, it can be determined whether a given input can be converted into a given output without external information.

In addition, the conversion between 1 and 2w is bijective: valid layer-1 and layer-2w representations can be paired with each other.