Chinish tokens make up the homeborn stavehoard for writing the Chinish speech. Unlike Western stavehoards, each token stands for a whole meaning-bit rather than a lone speechling. In Chinish, nearly all of the tokens stand for one sway-holding (syllable). Beyond Chinish, these tokens are in note for writing Japanish, and have formerly been noted for writing Korean and Vietnamish.

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