In the Ge'ez scriptfor which the linguistic term abugida was named, the vowel modifications do not always appear systematic, although they originally were more so.
The reason for this is that Semitic languages and the related Berber languages have a morphemic structure which makes the denotation of vowels redundant in most cases.
You can achieve a lettering look unique to you using the features of a chisel-tip marker and being comfortable with your hand movement and letter formation. Below are a few such compound characters which all share a semantic element meaning 'horse'.
Semanto-phonetic writing systems The symbols used in semanto-phonetic writing systems often represent both sound and meaning. Japanese uses Chinese logograms extensively in its writing systems, with most of the symbols carrying the same or similar meanings.
However, if "writing" is defined as a potentially permanent means of recording information, then these systems do not qualify as writing at all, since the symbols disappear as soon as they are used. Each key is associated with a standard code which the keyboard sends to the computer when it is pressed.
In Unicode, each character, in every language's writing system, is simplifying slightly given a unique identification number, known as its code point. Similarly, Egyptian hieroglyphs and Maya glyphs were often painted in linear outline form, but in formal contexts they were carved in bas-relief.
Use the stylized shapes on each alphabet letter.