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Tool to translate from/to Wakanda, an imaginary language/alphabet used in Marvel's Black Panther movie universe.

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What is Wakanda alphabet? (Definition)

Wakanda is a fictional country in the Marvel universe located in Africa and known for its superhero: Black Panther. The local language used is Wakandan, which has its own alphabet.

How to encrypt using Wakandan alphabet?

Wakandan uses a simple substitution of the letters of the alphabet (upper case, lower case differentiated) and numbers by a symbol of the Wakanda alphabet.

Achar(65)Bchar(66)Cchar(67)Dchar(68)Echar(69)Fchar(70)Gchar(71)
Hchar(72)Ichar(73)Jchar(74)Kchar(75)Lchar(76)Mchar(77)Nchar(78)
Ochar(79)Pchar(80)Qchar(81)Rchar(82)Schar(83)Tchar(84)Uchar(85)
Vchar(86)Wchar(87)Xchar(88)Ychar(89)Zchar(90)achar(97)bchar(98)
cchar(99)dchar(100)echar(101)fchar(102)gchar(103)hchar(104)ichar(105)
jchar(106)kchar(107)lchar(108)mchar(109)nchar(110)ochar(111)pchar(112)
qchar(113)rchar(114)schar(115)tchar(116)uchar(117)vchar(118)wchar(119)
xchar(120)ychar(121)zchar(122)0char(48)1char(49)2char(50)3char(51)
4char(52)5char(53)6char(54)7char(55)8char(56)9char(57)
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Example: PANTHER is coded char(75)char(80)char(65)char(78)char(84)char(72)char(69)char(82)

How to decrypt Wakandan alphabet?

Deciphering the Wakandan alphabet consists of replacing each Wakandan symbol with the corresponding letter or number (see table above).

Example: char(87)char(65)char(75)char(65)char(78)char(68)char(65) is translated WAKANDA

How to recognize the Wakandan alphabet? (Identification)

The Wakandan alphabet is freely inspired by the Nsibidi symbols (set of symbols used in Nigeria).

All references to Black Panther and the associated Marvel Universe are clues.

When Wakandan was invented?

The Wakandan alphabet was developed by Hannah Beachler for the 2018 movie Black Panther.

The symbols used on this page come from the Wakanda Forever creation by Adam Shady.

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