titi pula

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Glyphs in titi pula. Yellow glyphs are taken directly from sitelen pona, orange glyphs are based on it but modified, and pink glyphs are completely original.

titi pula is a logographic writing system for the tokiponido tuki tiki. It is a sitelenponido, meaning that it was directly inspired by sitelen pona in its design.

History[edit | edit source]

titi pula was designed by ka Tumu in 2022, mostly derived by simplifying existing sitelen pona glyphs. This replaced an older version of his logography, which looked more like sitelen pona.

Glyphs[edit | edit source]

Encoding[edit | edit source]

As of February 2024, there is no defined standard for encoding titi pula. However, the Roadmap to the Under-ConScript Unicode Registry designates the code range U+F1C40–F1C70 for future encoding.[1]

Fonts[edit | edit source]

As of February 2024, there are seven available font families for tuki tiki:

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Rebecca G. Betterncourt. "Roadmap to the Under-ConScript Unicode Registry". KreativeKorp. Retrieved 11 February 2024.