Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu    Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu

Bruce V. Bracken created the Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu alphabet to write his conlang, Üqoi.

Notable features

  • Written in horizontal lines running from left to right
  • A unique characteristic of this alphabet is that it uses grammatical marks to denote plurals, adjectives, possessives, genentives and definite articles.
  • In theory the script could be adapted to write English

Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu alphabet

Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu alphabet

Grammatical characters

Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu grammatical characters

The characters is the first row are used to indicate plurals; those in the second row indicate possessive/adjective/genitive, and those in the third row indicate the definite article.


Ü'üqoqoimbözhiighu numerals

Sample text in Üqoi

Sample text in Üqoi


Zhoo'oonami'i j'laj'uhuu, stoglij'uvej, zhoplhaj'uq'üüg; dhos'kuj'upen dhu'udhbaozünekkh. Nij'ugoq, zdej'ubïïq dhu'ukavizügo. Z'oi'ighbes'aighdhiglon jlooj'epahu z'o'odhmazen.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Longer sample text (Tower of Babel)


Bruce V. Bracken's page about the Üqoi language

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