So far we have:
Hieroglyphic? (Not sure if it's accurate yet but I encourage anyone to confirm if it is)
And I'd like to add Syriac and Hangeul (Korean) to the list. Since Syriac comes from the same language family as Arabic and Hebrew I followed their example in transliterating the word as "D + A + M + M + A."
Hangeul is interesting in that each syllable is formed in such a way that it resembles a syllabic alphabet or syllabary but in fact it is very much a phonetic alphabet like Roman, Greek, or Cyrillic.
That said, I encourage any speakers of Korean to correct my transliteration if it is incorrect. I am only mildly familair with Hangeul right now and am using Omniglot.com () as a guide.