I recently asked myself this seemingly simple question, but could not find any answers on my own.
Are there any natural (or constructed) languages that capitalize (depending on their alphabet of course) in a different way than English, German and the like? So, instead of
This is my friend Bob.
they might do something like
thiS is my friend boB.
Before you ask, no, I'm not asking for
ltr-languages that capitalize the beginning of their words. I'm asking for any language (with a capitalization possible) where names, proper nouns or whatever else gets capitalized not at the beginning, but at the ending or even the middle of their words.
P.S.: I'm aware of some hyphenated words that have a kind of camel case, especially in German. I'm not looking for that.
3←[…2←]2←1form, where 1, 2, and 3 are the initial, middle, and final letter forms, correspondingly. So, the final form may or may not be an answer, depending on your understanding of the question.