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As far as I know, there is no official Galifreyan alphabet.

  • At least, not one that has been published. That may change in the future, but thus far the only officially published Gallifreyan text has consisted of a few small phrases seen on screen in episodes like "A Good Man Goes to War" and also the BBC Books "New Series Adventures" novel releases for the Ninth and Tenth Doctors (the hardcovers) devised a Gallifreyan numbering system for the covers which has not been continued for the Eleventh Doctor novels. The Gallifreyan numbers are the symbols above the titles on the spines of the books.