The Regeneracy Alphabet (Regen for short) is a set of phonemes that encompasses most of the sounds made by English speakers when they’re speaking English.
This is a phonetic alphabet which means there is a single character for a single sound. That is one reason why there are thirty-four characters all together instead of twenty-six like we’re used to.
The Latin letter, “C” can indicate two very different sounds; the, “c” in the word, “cat,” or the “c” in the in the word, “Ceremony.”
The Versling character for the beginning of the word, “cat,” appears here below followed by the rest of the characters needed to complete that word…
In the images above (and elsewhere on the site) the Latin characters are included with the regeneracy ones. This is done for instructional purposes only. Do not include the Latin characters when drawing these phonemes.
As with the Latin alphabet there are Vowels and Consonants.