Afaka syllabary

Njuka in Afaka syllabary.

Ndjuka, Aukan, Ndyuka, or Nduka is a English-based creole spoken in Surinam. It either written in Latin script or Afaka, which is a syllabary developed in 1910 by Afáka Atumisi. It is currently an endangered language. The number of speakers are unknown.
Afaka script chart

Afaka syllabary chart

Sample Text
Njuka text

A text in Njuka


Resources Edit

Ethnologue Eastern Maroon Creole >[1]

Aukan Library Translation and Language Learning >[2]

Example of Afaka text on statue >[3]

Caribbean Languages: Aukan >[4]

Omniglot: Ndyuká syllabary >[5]

Wikipedia Ndjuka Language >[6]

Wikipedia Afaka script >[7]

Yahoo! Search results (ndjuka language) >[8]

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