List of languages by writing system

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This is a list of languages which uses writing system to sort.

Arabic script[change | change source]

Many languages of Russia and Central Asia before replacement with Latin and later Cyrillic

Armenian script[change | change source]

Borama script[change | change source]

Brahmic family and derivatives[change | change source]

Devanagari[change | change source]

Assamese/Bengali[change | change source]

Balinese script[change | change source]

Baybayin script[change | change source]

Buhid script[change | change source]

Burmese script[change | change source]

Gujarati script[change | change source]

Gurmukhi script[change | change source]

Kaithi script[change | change source]

Hanunó'o script[change | change source]

Javanese script (Hanacaraka)[change | change source]

Kannada script[change | change source]

Khmer script[change | change source]

Lao script[change | change source]

Lepcha script[change | change source]

Limbu script[change | change source]

Lontara script (Buginese)[change | change source]

Malayalam script[change | change source]

Oriya script[change | change source]

'Phags-pa script[change | change source]

Sinhala script[change | change source]

Tagbanwa script[change | change source]

Tamil script[change | change source]

Telugu script[change | change source]

Thaana script[change | change source]

Thai script[change | change source]

Tibetan script[change | change source]

Canadian Aboriginal script[change | change source]

Cherokee script[change | change source]

Coptic alphabet[change | change source]

Cyrillic script[change | change source]

Bosnian Cyrillic alphabet (bosančica)[change | change source]

Ge'ez script (Ethiopic)[change | change source]

Georgian script[change | change source]

Glagolitic alphabet[change | change source]

Gothic alphabet[change | change source]

Greek script[change | change source]

Chinese characters and derivatives[change | change source]

Hangul[change | change source]

Hebrew script[change | change source]

Kaddare script[change | change source]

Kana[change | change source]

  • Japanese (plus kanji)
  • Ainu slightly modified kind of katakana kanas, which enable to represent final sounds which are consonants alone

Khitan scripts[change | change source]

Latin script[change | change source]

Mayan script[change | change source]

Mongolian and related scripts[change | change source]

Old Uyghur alphabet[change | change source]

Mongolian script[change | change source]

Manchu script[change | change source]

Munda scripts[change | change source]

Sorang Sompeng[change | change source]

Ol Cemet'[change | change source]

Varang Kshiti[change | change source]

N'Ko script[change | change source]

Naxi script[change | change source]

Nsibidi[change | change source]

Ogham[change | change source]

Osmanya script[change | change source]

Pahawh Hmong[change | change source]

Runic script[change | change source]

Old Hungarian script[change | change source]

Syriac script[change | change source]

Tifinagh[change | change source]

Yi script[change | change source]