I have been on a holiday in a camp and some kids saw me drawing so naturally they wanted me to draw them something. Usually I don’t know what to draw so we made a deal - you will draw something for me and I will draw the same thing for you. This is the result.
It appears to be a Cyrillic (3rd column) to Glagolitic (aka Hlaholské, 1st column) transliteration guide. Along with Latin/Roman (5th column) and pronunciation of the grapheme? (6th column). No idea about the numbers.
Slavic side of Tumblr, please help?
Like many other writing systems (e.g. Arabic, Greek, Hebrew), the letters had also numeral values. The changes in the alphabetic orders are reflected in the more random sequence of numbers in the second numeral column. The numbers in the rightmost column (pořadí) just enumerate the sequence, the second to right gives the names of the letters in Slovak.
The second to right gives names of the letters in Slavic, not Slovak (Slovanský x Slovenský). Slovak is part of Slavic languages, more precisely west Slavic branch. I don’t really know why is there single Slavic language, maybe it’s Proto-Slavic. Names of columns and notes are in Czech.
"Underneath the footprints it says “I solemnly swear that I am up to no good” in clear UV-reactive ink"
The Harry Potter geek in me just freaked out.
How it should have ended! Actually this was the first thing that I thought when I saw Sherlock into the dance floor! and I couldn’t resist to post it, specially when many of us are suffering for him!
If I’m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love.
-Hayao Miyazaki (x)