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Yurgenschmidt seems to use its own set of letters and numbers. The alphabet consists of 35 different letters while there seem to be ten different digits. The letters and numbers show certain resemblances with Latin letters and Arabic numerals.
List of Letters
There are 26 letters out of the total 35 letters that seem to match the Latin alphabet.
List of Special Letters
There are nine special letters that exist in this letter system but don't correspond to any in the Latin alphabet. They seem to only be used in dummy text.
List of Numbers
Usage of Letters
- Myne is spelled: / M,a,i,n
- Ferdinand is spelled: / F,e,r,d,i,n,a,n,d
- Lutz is spelled: / L,u,t,z
- Spoiler: Rozemyne is spelled: / R,o,s,e,m,a,i,n
In the world Myne got reincarnated into, only a few commoners know how to read or write, which results in a high illiteracy rate. Myne desires to learn the alphabet so much that she manages to get her hands on a used stone slate from Otto. She then gets him to teach her the alphabet. This is very useful for Myne when it comes to signing contracts, filling out supply orders, and writing books.
There are notable visual similarities between the letters of Myne's world and our real-world Latin counterparts, such as:
- The A is reversed: A /
- The B has a bump to the front: B /
Usage of Numbers
Myne first discovers numbers when she visits the market with Effa. There she notices the wooden boards written with numbers showing the prices of the products. She eagerly asks Effa more about the numbers and learns that the world operates using a base-10 (decimal) numeral system. Myne is very good at mathematics with Ehrenfest digits, even without calculators, which intrigues Otto and Mark. She also uses her skills when helping with Ferdinand's works at the temple.
Just like letters, there are notables similarities with the numbers of this world and their real-world counterparts, such as:
- The "0"(s) are the same: 0 /
- The number 6 and 9 being the same symbol, but reversed: 6, 9 / ,
List of Recognised Words