Wa’na’shau n’Kanok-veh..

La’pafarmah odu..

Korsaya.org is dedicated to the preservation of Vulcan culture and language during the tragic forced diaspora of the children of the lost planet in the post-T’Khasi era. All inquisitive sentient beings are welcome here. Any respectful communication is appreciated in Vulcan dialects or Federation Standard. Central topics will focus on the the teaching and discussion of the endangered languages, arts, and restoration of the vanished world’s indigenous species. May the surviving children of T’Khasi Live Long and Prosper! Ki’pu-afer-tor Korsaya.org na’korsaya t’iyula eh t’gen-lis T’Khasi du’eik-bashan nemuyauk heh punekwitaik t’kan t’paki-ek’tra na’pal t’po-T’Khasi. La’pafarmah shai-opulik ek’osu mikatik. Wa’paitaren fan-sviribaya dor-yehat fna’gen-vuhnaya T’Khasi il Teraya-Eingelsu. Dungi thakau nen-navel na’saven heh paribaya t’vitehvaral-gen-lislar heh tanaf heh korsaya t’salat-koshtri t’paki-panu. Kal-tor Dif-tor heh Smusma rishik kanlar t’oT’Khasi..
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12 Responses to Wa’na’shau n’Kanok-veh..

  1. Talis says:

    Kaltxì ma ‘eylan!

    Why is there a triangle at the end of the fourth sentence (fifth column form the right)?
    I thought it would say something like “the sentence hasn’t ended yet”, but I have no idea what’s the rule of that, so I’m maybe just wrong 😉

    Kìyevame ulte Eywa ngahu!

    • Briht’uhn says:


      The triangle IS for continuation but I’ve messed up the HEAD of the 2nd line of that sentence, so I will go fix that now. Wa’itaren.. (seiyi irayo nìtxan/thank you very much!) I very much appreciate your finding the error and thanks for visiting the site. I’m working on publishing info about the writing. There are LOTS of consonant clusters to document.

      Dif-tor heh smusma. (Live long and prosper.)


  2. Na’shaya t’asa’l oBriht’uhn!
    I’m so happy to read, at last, all your brilliant work. I hope you receive soon a bunch of Terran volunteers -me, the first one- to help you in the conservation and divulgation of T’Khasi culture.
    Veshtau ran gad!

    • Briht’uhn says:


      Wa’itaren ovsot-nenikaya t’du na’nash-veh. Thank you so much for your support.

      Rik’kastoraya t’du sos’eh ri nam-tor rim t’nash. Without your encouragement it’s likely that none of this would exist.

      Sanu — k’ashiv sarlah’voh eh fator’voh tan-tor fereik venk ni lo’uk. Please come often and continue to contribue your great, creative ideas.

      Dif-tor heh smusma, oThrah t’nash-veh.

  3. T-Mynn says:

    I’ve a great fascination for the culture,language,and people of t’Kashi. I hope to aid in keeping the language alive. Its amazing what people think up,and how much creativity eent into crafting an alien language from elements of our own.

    On Vulcan people, its amusing, I get accused of being Vulcan because of my at times infruiating calm. :-) I feel emotion,but don’t ‘wig out’. A saying of mine “You rule the emotions,not them ruling you.” :)

  4. T-Mynn says:

    A calligraphy question. Is there a specific direction or width the curved structure the connects words should be? I had seen these curve to the right and left. Is the direction decided to make room for text on either side or purely esthic in nature?

    Thank you for your assistance.
    Dif-tor heh smusma

  5. Briht’uhn says:

    oT’Mynn —

    I believe you are referring to the S-curve shaped tel that are used in compound words (which correspond to the FSE hyphen ( – )). If that is the case, the default direction is to start from left to right for the first section and finish left to right for the second. Any termination of a third would be from right to left in a default mindset. HOWEVER, this is a convention that is easily and often broken for aesthetic reasons. It is simply important to have the tel CROSS the vertical writing axis where the hyphen would occur in the Roman alphabet version of the word.

    I hope this answers your question.


  6. T-Mynn says:

    It does perfectly. My thanks. Then my logic wasn’t faulty. Sweet.

    Dif-tor heh smusma

  7. Spok says:

    Hello and greetings,
    I would firstly like to say that this is a wonderful site, and I had first been to VLD, so this is quite wonderful. I was wondering if there was anyway to get a Vulcan font for my computer. It would be much appreciated if you would respond as soon as you are able. Though regretably I will be out tonight, I would be honored to hear from you about this.
    Sanu-nar’voh neruk klem t’nash-veh.
    Live Long, and Prosper

    • Briht’uhn says:


      Sanoi ta sanoi nash-shi na’odu. I’psau n’terzupsu na’nisan t’uzh-hiktra ik Zun ik ki’fereik-tor nash-veh. Sanu — tal’voh ro’fori pa’ish la eh ya’akash’voh lesk fna’raf-ar’kada-sakat ik putanilau tsuring.

      I’m pleased that you like the site. I’m currently looking for collaborators to test a new font called Zun that I created. Please find the info regarding that here and request the kit in turn using the e-mail address provided.



  8. Brittney says:

    I love your site! It’s very unique and it made me so happy when I found it because I need help with writing “Live Long and Prosper”, in this beautiful Vulcan script. I was wondering if you could possibly send me a picture of it? I would really appreciate it because I would love to get my first tattoo as this quote in its native script. Thank you for your time.

    Dif-tor heh smusma

  9. T'Mynn says:


    If you think “live long and prosper” looks amazing. Try how your name looks.

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