> > or 2) an unofficial script invented for a natlang that already has a > script. How do you define official? No one own's a language except possibly the sum of all its speakers, so I can't see how any script can be official or unofficial since there isn't an organization with the right to bless it. Even the various language academies set up by governments don't own the language, all they do is attempt and fail to impose central control. I would define a conscript as any script invented by one or a small number of people rather than a script which evolved through the use of a large number of people, whether that script is intended for a natlang or not, and whether that natlang already has a script or not. So basically I agree with the previously suggested definition.