Dajnko alphabet 1824 - 1839 - Slovenian Periodic Table - Slovinská periodická tabulka v dajnkově abecedě

   
Slovenian Dajnko 1824 Peter Dajnko - Lehrbuch der windischen Sprache Dajnko
         
          S
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              Fe
Dajnko
    Cu
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                    __Ag
Dajnko
    Sn
Dajnko
     
                    Au
Dajnko
    Pb
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Dajnko Dajnko Dajnko The Dajnko alphabet (Slovene: dajnčica) was a Slovene alphabet invented by Peter Dajnko. It was used from 1824 to 1839 mostly in Styria (in what is now eastern Slovenia).

Dajnko introduced his alphabet in 1824 in his book Lehrbuch der windischen Sprache ("The Textbook of the Slovene Language").He decided to replace the older Bohorič alphabet with his own new writing system because of the problems with the writing of sibilants. In 1825, Franc Serafin Metelko came up with a similar proposal, complicating the issue. The Dajnko alphabet, which was introduced to schools in 1831, was fiercely opposed by Anton Murko and Anton Martin Slomšek. After 1834 it gradually came out of use with the adoption of a slightly modified version of Gaj's Latin alphabet as the new Slovene script and was in 1839 officially abolished.

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