How to Speak Jybberysch!

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Basically, I just randomized the letters and it made cool sounding words. Anyways, I hope you like it. It's cool.
Btw, = means translates to, so if you want an A, you write E.       A=E

the only letters that are the same are H and Y. H because of its unique properties with c, s, and p. Y because I had no other vowels at the time.

Btw check out my other instructables

Sorry if the picture isn't clear, I have bad handwriting.

also message me please, in jybberysch if you can!

A=E
B=D
C=P
D=F
E=I
F=l
G=M
H=H
I=O
J=K
K=B
L=N
M=T
N=R
O=U
P=S
Q=Z
R=W
S=C
T=V
U=A
V=G
W=X
X=J
Y=Y
Z=Q

9=4
8=7
7=2
6=3
5=1
4=8
3=5
2=6
1=9
0=0

+=\
-=+
*=-
\=*


ex.
This=vhoc
where=xhiwi
look=nuub

(9\9=6)=1+1=2

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    jmwells

    5 years ago

    Aah! Basic cryptography. If you make a series of strips, no two alike, you will have made an enigma machine. The Germans used them to send secret messages during World War II. Different variations are still used today.

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    Pyronite67jmwells

    Reply 5 years ago

    That's cool. The thing with mine is I memorized it all in one night, so I can write a translation of the entire alphabet without using a key. Then I can use the translation to make a key, so then I can give one to my friends.
    Also I updated it and put in symbols and numbers.