Toki Pona Script

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Toki Pona Script, sitelen Enli[citation needed], or sitelen pi toki pona (✎ ⟄ ᑈ ☺) is a pre-pu Toki Pona writing system created by Henrik Theiling and dating to July 26, 2006[1] or earlier. A sitelen Juniko system, it uses a single Unicode character for each word, largely consisting of dingbats and mathematical symbols,[2] and can thus be used to compress text. According to Theiling, jan Sonja "approved this proposal and said she liked it."[3]

Names are written in the Latin script.[4] Toki Pona Script also allows several punctuation marks: the Latin comma (,), period (.), semicolon (;), colon (:), exclamation point (!), and question mark (?), and the CJK double angle brackets (《 》) as quotation marks.[3]

Glyphs[edit | edit source]

sitelen Lasina Toki Pona Script
a ⍤︎
akesi ⍡︎
ala ∅︎
ale / ali ◉︎
anpa ↓︎
ante ⎌︎
anu ∨︎
awen ⚓︎
e ↱︎
en &︎
ijo ⚛︎
ike ☹︎
ilo ✄︎
insa ⎆︎
jaki ☣︎
jan ⵅ︎
jelo ▥︎ ■︎
jo ⧈︎
kala ᘙ︎
kalama ♪︎
kama ⧉︎
kasi ⚘︎
ken ✓︎
kepeken ⚒︎
kili ᴥ︎
kin ◅︎
kiwen ●︎
ko ◍︎
kon ⚐︎
kule ▧︎
kulupu ፨︎
kute ✆︎
la ⊏︎
lape ⌤︎
laso ▦︎ ■︎
lawa ♕︎
len ♟︎
lete ☃︎
li ↴︎
lili ▵︎
linja ☡︎
lipu ‿︎
loje ▤︎ ■︎
lon ⍾︎
luka ⌈︎
lukin ∢︎
lupa ◘︎
ma ⏚︎
mama ☝︎
mani ¤︎
meli ♀︎
mi ⇊︎
mije ♂︎
moku ☕︎
moli ☠︎
monsi ↫︎
mu ⍣︎
mun ☾︎
musi ☊︎
mute ⚃︎
nanpa ⋕︎
nasa ⦼︎
nasin ᔔ︎
nena ♎︎
ni ⇲︎
nimi ⊟︎
noka ⌊︎
o ⚠︎
oko ⚇︎
olin ♡︎
ona ⇆︎
open ⍽︎
pakala ☁︎
pali ♠︎
palisa ∕︎
pana ✉︎
pi ⟄︎
pilin ❦︎
pimeja ■︎
pini ⟟︎
pipi ⩷︎
poka ⫖︎
poki ⚱︎
pona ☺︎
sama ⊜︎
seli ♨︎
selo ⎋︎
seme ⍰︎
sewi ↑︎
sijelo ♙︎
sike ○︎
sin ♲︎
sina ⇈︎
sinpin ⌸︎
sitelen ✎︎
sona ◬︎
soweli ዥ︎
suli ▽︎
suno ☼︎
supa –︎
suwi ⍨︎
tan ↤︎
taso ◦︎
tawa ⇥︎
telo ☔︎
tenpo ⌛︎
toki ᑈ︎
tomo ⌂︎
tu ⚁︎
unpa ♋︎
uta ⍥︎
utala ⚔︎
walo ☐︎
wan ⚀︎
waso ⍢︎
wawa ↯︎
weka ⤣︎
wile ❣︎

Sample texts[edit | edit source]

Pater Noster (☝ ⟄ ⇊ ⚃)[edit | edit source]

☝︎ ⟄︎ ⇊︎ ⚃︎ ⚠︎ ,︎ ⇈︎ ⍾︎ ↑︎ ⚐︎ .︎
⊟︎ ⇈︎ ↴︎ ↑︎ .︎
⏚︎ ⇈︎ ⚠︎ ⧉︎ .︎
ⵅ︎ ⚠︎ ♠︎ ↱︎ ❣︎ ⇈︎ ⍾︎ ↑︎ ⚐︎ &︎ ⍾︎ ⏚︎ .︎
⚠︎ ✉︎ ↱︎ ☕︎ ⟄︎ ⌛︎ ☼︎ ⇲︎ ⇥︎ ⇊︎ ⚃︎ .︎
⚠︎ ⤣︎ ↱︎ ♠︎ ☹︎ ⇊︎ .︎ ⊜︎ ⊏︎ ⇊︎ ⤣︎ ↱︎ ♠︎ ☹︎ ⟄︎ ⵅ︎ ⎌︎ .︎
⚠︎ ♕︎ ∅︎ ↱︎ ⇊︎ ⇥︎ ☹︎ .︎
⚠︎ ♕︎ ↱︎ ⇊︎ ↤︎ ☹︎ .︎
⌛︎ ◉︎ ⊏︎ ⏚︎ &︎ ✓︎ &︎ ☺︎ ↴︎ ⟄︎ ⇈︎ .︎
⇲︎ ↴︎ ᔔ︎ .︎

[3]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Henrik Theiling. (26 July 2006). "Toki Pona Script / ✎ ⟄ ᑈ ☺". Theiling Online (archived to Wayback Machine). Retrieved 10 January 2024.
  2. "Toki Pona Script (✎ ⟄ ᑈ ☺ / sitelen pi toki pona)". Omniglot. Retrieved 10 January 2024.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Henrik Theiling. (28 November 2007). "Toki Pona Script / ✎ ⟄ ᑈ ☺". Theiling Online. Retrieved 10 January 2024.
  4. Henrik Theiling. (24 July 2006). "Toki Pona Script: Vocabulary". Theiling Online. Retrieved 10 January 2024. "Some sections that list names (e.g. of countries) have not been copied here as names are simply written in Latin script.".