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Man and Woman, One in Christ: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Paul's Letters

Man and Woman, One in Christ, the latest book by Philip Payne. Signed copy only $19.99 plus shipping. Also see  NT essays by Payne, available for free download.


The Codex Vaticanus open, showing that each leaf has its original shape

Bibliorum Sacrorum Graecorum Codex Vaticanus B is the only color facsimile of the oldest surviving manuscript of virtually the entire Bible in Greek. It was written about A.D. 350 and is regarded as the most important manuscript of the Greek Bible. The photographic quality and color reproduction is amazingly faithful to the original. Most of the 450 numbered copies printed for sale have already been sold, so availability is limited. The $5490 price includes express shipping and insurance.


Codex Sinaiticus Facsimile, available for a short time for $475.

Codex Sinaiticus facsimile, The remarkably clear color facsimile of the fourth-century Codex Sinaiticus of all the NT and half of the LXX plus Tobit, Judith, 1 and 4 Maccabees, Wisdom, Sirach, Barnabas, and the Shepherd is available for a limited time for $699.95, Order Form. We believe this is by far the best price available anywhere. The list price is $999. Shipping the 32 lb box by UPS ground is $59 within the USA 48 states. Shipping to the UK is $149 and $129 to most other western European countries, Hong Kong, Japan, and Korea are $149. Egypt, Israel, India, and Singapore are $169. 828 pages 13.5 x 16.5 in., cloth with slipcase. ISBN: 9781598565775


Le manuscrit B de la Bible

Le manuscrit B de la Bible, probably the most important book on Codex Vaticanus ever written, with PB Payne's historic chapter on Distigmai. Only $49.95 plus shipping.


AfroRoman®


More Than 1450 African and European Languages Supported In A Single Font!

for Windows

for Macintosh

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A Unicode-encoded version of this product is available with superior compatibility, graphic output, and ease of typing. Click to see if it better meets your needs. (Opens a new window.)


AfroRoman contains five professional-quality TrueType® and Type 1 (PostScript®-format) fonts in plain, bold, italic, and bold-italic (except Chancery-style is plain only), for use in any application. AfroRoman includes characters and diacritics used in over 1450 African and European languages. The fonts feature over 50 overstrike accents and diacritical mark keys each having automatic overstriking for fast typing over any letter or symbol and in any combination.

Languages Supported By AfroRoman

Languages Supported By AfroRoman

AfroRoman contains the characters for the following African languages:

bulletAcholi bulletHausa bulletNdebele bulletTemne
bulletAfrikaans bulletIgbo (Ibo) bulletNorthern Sotho bulletTswana
bulletBantu languages bulletKanuri bulletNyika bulletTwi
bulletBobangi bulletKaranga bulletPedi bulletUmbundu
bulletBuluba-Lulua bulletKinyarwanda (Kinya-rwanda) bulletSerere bulletVai
bulletChadic languages bulletKongo bulletSetswana bulletWestern Sotho
bulletchiKaranga bulletLu-Gande bulletShona bulletWolof
bulletChishona (chiShona) bulletMasai bulletSiSwati bulletWolof of Senegal
bulletEwe* bulletMatabele bulletSomali bulletYao
bulletFulani-Adamawa bulletMende bulletSotho bulletYoruba
bulletFulani (Fulfulde) bulletMole bulletSwahili bulletZulu
bullet bulletNamaquah bulletTebele bullet 

*Ewe is also known as Ebwe, Efe, Ehwe, Eibe, Eue, Eve, Gbe, Krepe, Krepi, Popo, and Vhe.

The AfroRoman fonts also support these European languages: English, Estonian, French, German, Lithuanian, Polish, Slovenian, and Swedish. It also supports Hawaiian.

Choose between the following five typestyles (with samples below):
AfroRoman (Times®-style)
AfroRomanSans (Helvetica®-style)
AfroRomanGara (Garamond-style)
AfroRomanPala (Palatino®-style)
AfroRomanChan (Zapf Chancery®-style)
AfroRoman Professional (all five typestyles)

Any single typestyle is US$99.95; any 2 typestyles is $149.95; any 3 typestyles is $199.95; and AfroRoman Professional (all 5 typestyles) is $249.95.

AfroRoman is available for both Windows and Macintosh, and is essential when using non-Unicode-compliant applications. Because all the characters in both sets of fonts have the same ASCII values, files may be transferred between platforms in plain text (text only) format. However, documents will need to be reformatted, since plain text causes formatting to be lost. In order to transfer documents between Windows and Macintosh without losing formatting, the fonts must be Unicode-encoded. AfroRoman in Unicode is ideal for sending documents across platforms with no loss of character data (but requires Unicode-compliant applications).

The Samples below follow the descriptions of the Windows and Macintosh products.

AfroRoman for Windows

AfroRoman for Windows

Cost: US$99.95 for a single typestyle (Times®-, Helvetica®-, Garamond-, Palatino®-, or Zapf Chancery®-style); $149.95 for any two typestyles; $199.95 for any three typestyles; or $249.95 for all five typestyles (AfroRoman Professional). (The $50 discounted price for additional typestyles applies only to additional typestyles of this product for Windows.) Order

Do you need to upgrade? Check the current version number and a Release History.

See below for Samples

AfroRoman for Macintosh

AfroRoman for Macintosh

Cost: US$99.95 for a single typestyle (Times®-, Helvetica®-, Garamond-, Palatino®-, or Zapf Chancery®-style); $149.95 for any two typestyles; $199.95 for any three typestyles; or $249.95 for all five typestyles (AfroRoman Professional). (The $50 discounted price for additional typestyles applies only to additional typestyles of this product for Macintosh.) Order

See below for Samples

AfroRoman Samples

AfroRoman Samples

The first set of samples is AfroRoman (Times®-style), showing the special characters in the font, then the overstriking diacritics available (typed over "Aa"), and then samples of the font used in several languages. Below this are samples of the four other available typestyles: AfroRomanSans (Helvetica®-style), AfroRomanGara (Garamond-style), AfroRomanPala (Palatino®-style), and AfroRomanChan (Zapf Chancery®-style). All typestyles have the same complete character set.

AfroRoman (Times®-style)

AfroRoman font sample showing the special letters and diacritics in the font

Twi

AfroRoman Font Sample showing the Twi language

Ewe

AfroRoman Font Sample showing the Ewe language

Yoruba

AfroRoman Font Sample showing the Yoruba language

Lingala

AfroRoman Font Sample showing the Lingala language

Ateso

Ateso sample from the Holy Bible (John 3:16) using the AfroRoman font.

AfroRomanSans (Helvetica®-style)

AfroRomanSans font sample showing the special letters and diacritics in the font

AfroRomanGara (Garamond-style)

AfroRomanGara font sample showing the special letters and diacritics in the font

AfroRomanPala (Palatino®-style)

AfroRomanPala font sample showing the special letters and diacritics in the font

AfroRomanChan (Zapf Chancery®-style)

AfroRomanChan font sample showing the special letters and diacritics in the font

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Bantu languages supported by AfroRoman

Bantu languages supported by AfroRoman

Aandonga, Ababua, Abaluiya, Abo, Adeeyah, Adjumba, Adouma, Akoose, Akwa, Altsuaheli, Amakosae, Amba, Ambo, Amu, Angba, Angola, Anjoane, Apindji, Aramanic, Aramanik, Asu, Ateso, Au, Aus, Aushi, Baakpe, Baamba, Babira, Bacenga, Badjia, Bafia, Baholoholo, Baïloundou, Bailundu, Baiso, Bajele, Bajue, Bakele, Bakja, Bakondjo, Bakonjo, Bakossi, Bakuba, Bakueri, Bakum, Bakundu, Bakwele, Bakweri, Bakwiri, Balega, Balese, Bali, Balom, Balong, Baluba, Balundu, Baluyia, Bambuba, Bamenya, Bamitaba, Banen, Bangala , Bango, Bangubangu, Bankon, Bankundu, Banningville, Banoo, Banyamwezi, Banyari, Bapoko, Barotseland, Barue, Bas, Basa, Basá, Basaa, Basakata, Basinza, Basutoland, Batanga, Bati, Bausi, Bayansi, Bayey, Baziba, Bazinza, Bëbëlë, Bechuana, Bechuanas, Beetjuans, Bekwil, Bemba, Bembe, Bena, Bende, Bënë, Benga, Benge, Benguela, Beo, Berl, Besin, Bihe, Biisa, Bimbia, Binji, Bira, Bisa, Bo, Boa, Bobangi, Bobe, Bodo, Bogongo, Bolia, Bolo, Boloki, Boma, Bombe, Bombo, Bomboko, Bomwali, Bondei, Bongili, Bongiri, Boni, Bonkeng, Boõ, Boondei, Boondéi, Botatwe, Brugge, Bube, Bubi, Bubí, Budya, Bugábu, Bugisu, Buja, Buka, Bukhaneli, Bukusu, Bulu, Buluba, Buma, Bungu, Buru, Burundi, Burunge, Burungi, Bushong, Bushonga, Busoong, Buwe, Buyi, Bvanuma, Bwela, Bwende, Bwiti, C. Kongo, Cabinda, Caffers, Caffra, Caffraria, Caffres, Caga, Cambinda, Caprivi, Cetywayo, Cewa, Chaga, Chagga, Chasu, Chewa, Chibemba, Chigogo, Chikaranga, Chiluba, Chimanhica, Chimwi:ni, Chindau, Chinsenga, Chinyanja, Chipogoro, Chisena, Chiswina, Chitonga, Chiyao, Chizigula, Chokwe, Chope, Chuana, Chuka, Chwana, Cibemba, Ciina Mukuni, Ciko, Cindau, Cinenedwe, Cinyanja, Ciokwe, Ciruri, Citonga, Ciyao, Co, Cokwe, Col, Conyi, Copi, Cuabo, Cuambo, Dabida, Daiso, Damara, Damaraland, Dciriku, Degama, Dengese, Dhaiso, Di, Digo, Dikishinare, Dinga, Djaga, Djanti, Djok, Dorobo, Douala, Douma, Duala, Dualla, Duma, Duruma, Dyumba, Dzalamo, Dzindza, Dzing, E. Holoholo, E. Kongo, E. Yans, Ebudja, Ediya, Educum, Efe, Elgon, Elgoni, Elisabethville, Embo, Embu, Ena, Endo, Enkele, Ensaio, Ensaios, Enya, Eton, Ewodi, Ewondo, Fa', Faiyum, Fak, Fang, Fañwe, Fiot, Fiote, Fipa, Foma, Fuliiro, Fuluka, Fumu, Funika, Gaboon, Galwa, Ganda, Gbïgbïl, Gciriku, Gekoyo, Genya, Gesogo, Gikuyu, Gîkûyû, Giryama, Gishu, Gisu, Gitonga, Gogo, Guha, Gungu, Gunu, Gusii, Guzii, Gwamba, Gwe, Gweno, Gwere, Ha, Haavu, Hadimu, Hadza, Hadzapi, Hahn, Hai, Haka, Hamba, Hambukushu, Hanga, Hangaza, Hare, Haushalt, Haya, Hehe, Helps, Hemba, Henga, Herero, Hereró, Hérero, Hima, Hinde, Hinzua, Hinzuan, Hlonipa, Holo, Holoholo, Holu, Hottentotten, Huana, Huku, Humba, Humbe, Hunde, Hunganna, Hungu, Idzing, Ifumu, Igrama, Ihangiro, Ihángiro, Ik, Ikoma, Ikorovere, Ila, Ilamba, Imakuani, Inamwanga, Incwadi, Inhambane, Iniela, Inkongo, Iran, Irangi, Isigama, Isikula, Isixhosa, Isizulu, Isubu, Iswane, Iwa, Jaunde, Jinja, Jita, Jita (Kwaya), Jonvu, Juba, Jur, Kaalong, Kabwari, Kaffer, Kaffern, Kaffir, Kaffrarian, Kafir, Kagulu, Kaguru, Kahe, Kahombo, Kahonde, Kaka, Kakete, Kako, Kal, Kalanga, Kalenjin, Kamanga, Kamba, Kambajungen, Kamelilo, Kami, Kampala, Kande, Kangana, Kanioka, Kanyok, Kanyoka, Kaonde, Karagwe, Karamoja, Karamojong, Karanga, Karimoj, Kasai, Kasaï, Kasayi, Kassai, Katanga, Kauma, Kavango, Kavirondo, Kela, Kele, Kerebe, Kerewe, Kesakata, Kete, Kgalagadi, Kgalakgadi, Kgatla, Khalaxadi, Khoe, Khumbi, Kiamu, Kibangi, Kibwayo, Kiga, Kigalla, Kihehe, Kihiau, Kiholu, Kihunde, Kikamba, Kikami, Kikemba, Kikerewe, Kikongo, Kikuyu, Kikwaya, Kilega, Kilima, Kilolo, Kiluba, Kimakonde, Kimatengo, Kimatumbi, Kimatuumbi, Kimbu, Kimbugu, Kimbundu, Kimeru, Kimwita, Kinamwezi, Kinande, Kindiga, Kinga, Kingoni, Kingwana, Kiniassa, Kinika, Kinilamba, Kiniramba, Kinjaruanda, Kinyamuesi, Kinyamwezi, Kinyarwanda, Kinyaturu, Kipangwa, Kipare, Kipokomo, Kipsigis, Kirimi, Kirundi, Kisanga, Kishambala, Kisi, Kisiba, Kisíba, Kisighau, Kisiha, Kisii, Kisonge, Kissukuma, Kisu, Kisuáheli, Kisukuma, Kisutu, Kiswaheli, Kitabu, Kitaita, Kiteke, Kitikuu, Kituba, Kiunguya, Kivumba, Kivunjo, Kiyansi, Kiyei, Kizaramo, Kizigua, Kizigula, Kizimba, Kjamtwara, Kjamtwára, Kjanja, Kjánja, Klank, Koko, Kololo, Kombe, Komo, Komoro, Konabem, Konabembe, Konde, Kongo, Kongola, Konjo, Konzo, Koosas, Korekore, Koria, Kota, Koyo, Kpa, Kuba, Kukwa, Kukwe, Kulia, Kumu, Kunda, Kunde, Kunyi, Kuria, Kusu, Kutswe, Kutu, Kuverenga, Kwakum, Kwala, Kwambi, Kwangali, Kwangari, Kwangwa, Kwanyama, Kwaya, Kwena, Kwese, Kxasha, Kyamutwara, Kyopi, Laadi, Laali, Lala, Lalia, Lamba, Lambia, Lambya, Lamu, Lange, Langi, Law, Lebeo, Lebéo, Lega, Lele, Lemande, Lemba, Lemvien, Lenge, Lengola, Lenje, Lese, Likoma, Limi, Lingala, Lingombe, Lingya, Lithuto, Loango, Lobala, Lobedu, Logooli, Loi, Lokele, Lokwalo, Lombi, Lombo, Lomongo, Lomóngo, Lomwe, Londo, Lonkundo, Lontomba, Lotuko, Lotuxo, Louyi, Lozi, Luba, Luba-Kasai, Luba-Katanga, Lubumbashi, Luchazi, Lue, Luena, Luganda, Luhya, Luimbi, Lujazi, Lukuba, Luloc, Lulua, Luluyia, Lumasaaba, Lumasaba, Lumasala, Lumbu, Lumko, Lumongo, Luna, Lunda, Lundu, Lungu, Luñkundu, Lunyankole, Lunyole, Lunyoro, Lusiba, Lusíba, Luvale, Luvenda, Luyana, Luyi, Luyia, Lwankamba, Lwena, Maa, Mabiha, Macame, Machame, Maelezo, Mahongwe, Makaa, Makalaka, Makonde, Makua, Mákua, Malela, Malila, Malimba, Mambwe, Mamvu, Mamwu, Manda, Mandi, Manenguba, Mangala, Mang'anja, Mangbetu, Mangisa, Mantsue, Manyika, Marangu, Maravi, Marole, Masaba, Mashi, Mashona, Mashonaland, Matabele, Matengo, Matumbi, Matuumbi, Mavia, Mawiha, Mbaama, Mbala, Mbamba, Mbangala, Mbangwe, Mbati, Mbene, Mbesa, Mbete, Mbiem, Mbimu, Mbo, Mbochie, Mboko, Mbole, Mbomotaba, Mbong, Mbosi, Mbowe, Mbuba, Mbudza, Mbugu, Mbugwe, Mbukushu, Mbunda, Mbundu, Mbunga, Mbuun, Mbwela, Mbwera, Mdledle, Medjime, Mero, Meroe, Meru, Metoko, Mfinu, Mfununga, Miini, Mindumbu, Mitsogo, Mituku, Miwita, Mjachina, Mkalama, Mombasa, Mongo Nkundo, Morija, Moshi, Mosiro, Motsosha, Mpesa, Mpianga, Mpiemo, Mpiempo, Mpongwe, Mpongwée, Mpoto, Mpumpu, Mpuno, Mpuono, Mpur, Mrima, Mtang'ata, Mudasu, Mulimba, Muluba, Mungaka, Musieno, Mvele, Mvumbo, Mwali, Mwamba, Mwanga, Mwant, Mwant'yavu, Mwenyi, Mwera, Mwi:ni, Myene, N. Bobe, N. Kogo, N. Sagara, Naka, Namen, Namibia, Namwanga, Namwezi, Nande, Nandi, Nandi-kipsigis, Nano, Nata, Natal, Naval, Ndali, Ndamba, Ndau, Ndebele, Ndembo, Ndengereko, Ndolo, Ndonde, Ndonga, Ndongan, Ndongo, Ndumu, Ndungane, Nduumo, Ndzindziu, Ne Mongo, Nen, Ngamiland, Ngando, Ngandyera, Ngangela, Ngangela, Ngare, Ngasa, Ngayaba, Ngazidja, Ngazija, NGee, Ngelima, Ngindo, Ngiri, Ngola, Ngom, Ngombe, Ngondi, Ngoni, Ngoreme, Ngoro, Ngulu, Ngumba, Ngumbi, Ngungulu, Ngungwele, Nguni, Ngunitale, Ngurimi, Nguu, Ngwatu, NGwele, Nika, Nilamba, Nilo, Niramba, Njabi, Njaro, Njëm, Njinga, Njininji, Nkanga, Nkangala, Nkole, Nkomi, Nkore, Nkosi, Nkoya, Nkucu, Nkundo, Nkutu, Nohu, Noko, Non, Nsenga, Ntomba, Ntsuo, Ntu, Ntumba, Nunu, NW Mongo, Nyabungu, Nyakyusa, Nyala, Nyali, Nyambo, Nyamwesi, Nyamwezi, Nyaneka, Nyanga, Nyanja, Nyankore, Nyari, Nyassa, Nyatur, Nyaturu, Nyawezi, Nyembezi, Nyengo, Nyeri, Nyiha, Nyika, Nyixa, Nyole, Nyore, Nyoro, Nyuli, Nyungue, Nzebi, Nzwani, Obi, Okande, Oli, Olukiga, Olumbali, Olumuila, Olunkhumbi, Olusamia, Olushisa, Olutsootso, Omahonge, Ombo, Oompango, Orungu, Orusyan, Oshi, Oshike, Oshikuanjama, Oshikuánjama, Oshindonga, Oshindónga, Oshindongan, Oshiwambo, Osikuanjama, Osindonga, Otji, Otjiherero, Otjihérero, Otjike, Ovambo, Owamboland, Pahl, Pai, Pande, Pangwa, Pangwe, Pare, Pedi, Pékot, Pemba, Penda, Pende, Pere, Peri, Peta, Pfokomo, Phemba, Phenda, Phuti, Pienaar, Pimbwe, Pindi, PÑkot, Podzo, Pogolo, Pogoro, Poke, Pokomo, Pokot, Pol, Pomo, Ponda, Pondo, Pongo, Pongouée, Poo, Poto, Puisanyo, Puku, Pukuntsu, Pulana, Punu, Pygmées, Qhalaxari, Qhalaxarzi, Quellimane, Quimbundo, Rabai, Ragoli, Rangi, Rega, Remi, Resumo, Rimi, Rombi, Ronga, Rongo, Rori, Ruanda, Ruciga, Rue, Rufiji, Ruganda, Ruguru, Ruihi, Rukiga, Rundi, Rungu, Rungwa, Runyankole, Runyankore, Runyuro, Ruri, Rusa, Ruund, Ruwund, Ruziba, Rwanda, Rwo, S. Kogo, S. Kongo, S.E. Bua, S.E. Kongo, S.Sotho, Saamia, Sabaki, Safwa, Sagala, Sakania, Sakata, Salampasu, Sama, Samba Holu, Sambaa, Sambesi, Sanga, Sango, Sangu, Sanjo, Sankuru, Sanye, Saraka, Sarufi, Schambala, SE Bobe, Sechuana, Sechuna, Sechwana, Secoana, Secwana, Segedju, Segeju, Sekiyani, Sena, Senga, Sengeju, Sengele, Sepedi, Sese, Sesotho, Sesuto, Setsoana, Setswana, Shake, Shambaa, Shambala, Shangaan, Shangana, Shango, Shape, Shashi, Sheetswa, Sheke, Shengwe, Shi, Shira, Shironga, Shithonga, Shitron'ga, Shona, Shu, Shuna, Sichuana, Sikololo, Silozi, Silui, Simaa, Simbunda, Simbundu, Sinai, Sindebele, Sinja, Sinji, Sira, Sironga, Siska, Siswati (SiSwati), So, Soaheli, Sofala, Soga, Sokili, Soko, Soli, Songa, Songe, Songo, Songola, Songomeno, Sonjo, sonyo, Sotho, Soubiya, Su, Suaheli, Suahili, Subi, Subia, Subiya, Suka, Sukuma, Sukúma, Sumburu, Sumbwa, Suomalais, Suthu, Suto, SW Bobe, Swahili, Swaka, Swati, Swazi, Syan, Taabwa, Tabwa, Taita, Tambo, Tatoga, Taturo, Taturu, Taveta, Tebe, Tebele, Tege Kali, Teke, Tembo, Tende, Tepes, Ternuren, Tervuren, Teso, Tete, Tetela, Tette, Thagicu, Thanodi, Tharaka, Thellenyane, Thlalosa, Thonga, Thutô, Tiene, Tikuu, Tindiga, Tio, Tjikalanga, Tjipeletana, Tonga, Tongo, Tongwe, Topoke, Torobo, Totela, Tsaangi, Tsaayi, Tshiluba, Tshivenda, Tsi, TSílúbà, Tsogo, Tsolo, Tsonga, Tsotso, Tsumba, Tswa, Tswana, Tswana, Tubeta, Túgulu, Tuki, Tukulu, Tukungo, Tumbatu, Tumbuka, Tunen, Tungu, Turumbu, Umbangala, Umbundu, Unjamwesi, Unyanyembe, Uruund, Usambara, Uzaramo, Venda, Vidunda, Vili, Vinza, Vumba, Vungo, Vuvulavuri, W. Kele, W. Kongo, W. Kundu, W. Yanzi, W. Makua, Wahehe, Wakami, Wakindinga, Waluguru, Wambo, Wambugu, Wamdo, Wanamwezi, Wanda, Wandia, Wanji, Wankutshu, Wapogoro, Wasegeju, Wassukuma, Wat, Wataturu, Watindega, Welle, Wemba, Wesen, Wisa, Wongo, Wumbu, Wumbvu, Wuri, Wuumu, Xhosa, Xilenge, Xiluleke, Xironga, Xosa, Yaa, Yacca, Yaka, Yalulema, Yambasa, Yangafek, Yang'i, Yans, Yanzi, Yao, Yasa, Yav, Yeei, Yela, Yembe, Yeye, Yeyi, Yombe, Yungo, Zaïre, Zambesi, Zambèze, Zanaki, Zanzibar, Zaramo, Zezuru, Ziba, Zigua, Zigula, Zimba, Zimbabwe, Zingula, Zinza, and Zulu. (With thanks to the University of California at Berkeley Linguistics department for research. Based on the Bantu alphabets we have been able to confirm we believe AfroRoman covers the vast majority of these languages. We have not confirmed that AfroRoman includes every character form in use for all these languages.)

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Chadic languages supported by AfroRoman

Chadic languages supported by AfroRoman

Afade, Ajawa, Angas, Auyokawa, Bacama, Bade, Baldamu, Bana, Barawa, Barein, Bata, Bele, Bidiyo, Biliri, Birgit, Boga, Boghom, Bole, Buduma, Bura-Pabir, Buso, Buwal, Central Marghi, Cibak, Cuvok, Daba, Daffo-Batura, Dangaléat, Dass, Daza, Deno, Dera, Dghwede, Diri, Dugwor, Duwai, Fyer, Ga'anda, Gabri, Gadang, Gaduwa, Galambu, Gavar, Geji, Gemzek, Gera, Geruma, Gevoko, Gidar, Giiwo, Giziga, Glavda, Goemai, Gude, Gudu, Guduf, Guruntum-Mbaaru, Gwandara, Hausa, Hedi, Herdé, Huba, Hwana, Hya, Jara, Jilbe, Jimbin, Jimi, Jina, Jonkor Bourmataguil, Jorto, Ju, Kabalai, Kajakse, Kamwe, Karekare, Karfa, Kariya, Kera, Kimré, Kir-Balar, Koenoem, Kofyar, Kubi, Kulere, Kupto, Kushi, Kwaami, Kwang, Lagwan, Lamang, Lele, Luri, Maaka, Mabas, Mada, Mafa, Majera, Malgbe, Mangas, Marba, Marghi, Masana, Maslam, Masmaje, Matal, Mawa, Mbara, Mbedam, Mbuko, Mburku, Mefele, Melokwo, Merey, Mesme, Migaama, Miltu, Mina, Mire, Miship, Miya, Mofu, Mogum, Mokulu, Monogoy, Montol, Mpade, Mser, Mubi, Mundat, Musey, Musgu, Muskum, Muyang, Mwaghavul, Nancere, Ndam, Ngamo, Ngete, Nggwahyi, Ngizim, Ngwaba, North Giziga, North Mofu, Nzanyi, Pa'a, Parkwa, Pelasla, Pero, Pevé, Piya, Polci, Psikye, Putai, Pyapun, Ron, Saba, Sarua, Saya, Sha, Shagawu, Sharwa, Siri, Sokoro, Somrai, South Giziga, South Marghi, South Mofu, Sukur, Tal, Tala, Tambas, Tangale, Tera, Teshenawa, Thir, Tobanga, Toram, Tsagu, Tsuvan, Tumak, Ubi, Vin, Wandala, Warji, Wedu, Wuzlam, Yiwom, Zangwal, Zari, Zeem, Ziziliveken, Zulgwa and Zumaya. (Based on the Chadic alphabets we have been able to confirm we believe AfroRoman covers the vast majority of these languages. We have not confirmed that AfroRoman includes every character form in use for all these languages.)

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Testimonials

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"I have finally finished the Abiriba-English dictionary with the help of your wonderful software Afro Roman. Thanks again for a great product."
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"Your products are super useful. I wish all ITC companies' products were as useful."
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"Thanks for creating a superb product."
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"The font is well worth what you charge for it."
Paul Newman, Distinguished Professor of Linguistics, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

"Thank you for your helpful message yesterday. I tried the steps that you suggested, and they worked!! Thanks again."
Ann Marie Melvie, University of Alberta, Canada

"I received my order yesterday and installed it immediately. I am most grateful to you for your help and assistance. Thank you very much."
Professor Nestor Hollist, United Kingdom


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