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I just copied as closely as I could what Bliss had for "man" and
"woman" in his book. He used the "Mars" and "Venus" glyphs for "male"
and "female".

--gary

On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:36 AM, Sam Stutter <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I've always thought of Λ and V as being male and female, so the Δ is only going to confuse me :)
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> Sam Stutter
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> "No e na'l cu barri"
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> On 5 Feb 2013, at 18:51, Gary Shannon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Now that Unicode is available to the world, we have a large range of
>> interesting typographic squiggles that can be used in a conlang
>> orthography. So what if various Unicode squiggles were chosen to
>> represent the symbols in Blissymbolics? Then we'd have a type-able
>> version of Bliss that might look something like this (to pick a few
>> random arbitrary examples from the first few pages of the Bliss book.)
>>
>> Π (door)
>>> Π (entrance)
>> Π> (exit)
>> !Π> (emergency exit)
>> ─ (earth)
>> O (sun)
>> Ω (day)
>> Ω5 (Thursday)
>> Ҁ (knife, cut)
>> /Ҁ (plow (earth knife))
>> Ш (grain)
>> ҀШ (harvest)
>> Λ (man)
>> Δ (woman)
>> A (person)
>> A1 (I, me)
>> A2 (you)
>> Î (pen, write)
>> Ξ (letter, note, memo)
>>> (to, toward, in the dirction of)
>>
>> A1 Î Ξ > A2 (I write letter to you)
>>
>> ≈ (water)
>> Ж (medicine)
>> ЖΛ (doctor)
>> <o> (eye, see, look)
>>
>> Just a random brain dump in search of feedback.
>>
>> --gary