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Secondary Physics

Mock secondary physics textbook page in Igbo nsibiri. The page is based on that of a GCSE textbook for AQA by Nick England and Steve Witney.


Akagu Font Face | Updated Dictionary

This is the updated akagu font face which is piggy-backing off of basic Latin and Chinese characters, with some Latin diacritics. For acute diacritic m (please find the following inputs for your system for these work around diacritics) it's ḿ, grave is ṃ, ń ǹ, á et al vowels, à et al vowels, ḧ for nasalised h, nasal vowels are ä and ą et al, the long akagụ works with non diacritics, but with diacritic the first diacritic has to come first then a plain letter of the same type, e.g. áa àa öo, etc. The dictionary has these fonts.

The ligatures should work, these are broken if the spacing or kerning is set too wide.

The dictionary is updated on Scribd, it's pretty straight forward and there has been some updates, revisions, reformations, most notably around 1100 characters have been added. These dictionary is still to be looked at as a rough draft, this is just to help people who may want a little more insight. You can copy the words in the dictionary into the font on your system, that's how you write the nsibiri characters for now.

Ikpokwu by on Scribd


This blog is about African writing, the nsibidi script. This website include many nsibidi symbols meaning a lot of different things. All images do not hold a copyright unless indicated so. You can copy, distribute, and sell any information/images you find on this website. Public Domain.