It's weird. I can technically read this script, but the spelling is SO darned different from Cyrillic that the technical knowledge is kinda useless, except for single words and names, like this.

I can technically read this script, but the spelling is SO darned different from Cyrillic that the technical knowledge is kinda useless, except for single words and names, like this.

Mongolian script is so pretty & I've been writing it all my Life & didn't know it. So strange I remember each brush stroke like I've done it thousand times.

Mongolian script is so pretty & I've been writing it all my Life & didn't know it. So strange I remember each brush stroke like I've done it thousand times.

Written in Mongolian traditional script meaning Ulaanbaatar

Written in Mongolian traditional script meaning Ulaanbaatar Genghis Khan had an alphabet created. thanks to trudy Han's super Mongolia board Trudy Han Trudy Han 'Mongolie mijn droomreis '

Mongolian script and language

Mongolian is an Altaic language spoken by about 5 million people in Mongolia, China, Afghanistan and Russia. There are many different types of Mongolian spoken: Khalkha or Halha , the national.

"Mongol" written in Mongolian script

Mongolei – Das Wort „mongol“ in mongolischer Schrift

Mongolian alphabet  translation:  "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood."  (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

This is the Mongolian Language. Mongolian languages are divided into a western group. They are consisting closely related to Oirat each is spoken in Mongolia and in the Xinjiang region.

Calligrafy...( Mongolian traditional script )

Mongol bichig (Mongolian traditional script) calligraphy by Sukhbaatar Lkhagvadorj.

Sample text in Phags-pa (Standard script style) Mongolian script commissioned by Kublai Khan in 1269.  The script was originally called "Mongolian new letters" - 蒙古新字 (měnggǔ xīnzì) in Chinese, a name still used in Tibetan. However the script is now known as dörbelǰin üsüg, square script, in Mongolian and as 八思巴字 (bāsībā zì), Phags-pa letters, in Chinese.

Sample text in Phags-pa (Standard script style) Mongolian script commissioned by…

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