Hungarian Rune Symbol Alphabet
This Hungarian script (rovás or rovásirás) commonly referred to as Hungarian runes is believed to have descended from Kök Turki an early Turkic script used in Central Asia.
These Hungarian runes were used by the Magyers until the 11th century, though it did not die out completely, with remote parts of Transylvania using them right up until the 1850s. It was commonly written from right to left on wood, but instances of alternating from right to left then left to right are known. As with other rune types, the Hungarian runes represent phonetic sounds, though more letter types are represented here making it ideal for the Hungarian language. Three dots were used to seperate words and sometimes a specific rune could be used to represent a complete word.