My favorite is Javanese where the alphabet order forms a poem about two emissaries killing each other: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Javanese_script
An interesting example is the zayit stone, a 3000 year old abecedary written in the paleo-Hebrew alphabet. One interesting thing is the changes in the order of the letters.
What do the changes imply? Can you expand on your opinion or interest? Thanks.
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There is also the Iroha poem in Japanese:
"The first record of its existence dates from 1079. It is famous because it is a perfect pangram, containing each character of the Japanese syllabary exactly once. Because of this, it is also used as an ordering for the syllabary, in the same way as the A, B, C, D... sequence of the Latin alphabet."
thats brilliant, we should do that in english, and make the alphabet song go
"c w m f j o,
r d b a n-k-g-l-y.
p h s,
v e x,
t q u, i and z"
Eh, I don't get it. Decode key, please.
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