Kaalbhuuxa Kaalbhuuxa

The Kaalbhuuxa language and script was created by Daniel Fregoso Bañuelos while playing The Sims™. He thought of how Simlish, the fictional language used in the game franchise, sounded like a gibberish version of English, so he started thinking of how he could make a conlang just by using sounds from General American. He then took inspiration from Armenian, Caucasian Albanian, Latin, and various scribbles to create what is now the Kaalbhuuxa alphabet. He then made a transliteration system with a stenotype keyboard as a base. He used only the letters on the keyboard, replacing duplicate letters with others like N, M, Y, and C, and using diphthongs for the Kaalbhuuxa letters left over, similar to how a stenotype actually works.

Notable features

Kaalbhuuxa alphabet

Kaalbhuuxa alphabet


Sample text

Sample text in Kaalbhuuxa


Bhuy ma reuga basaacnoe m'b'enguur kyaoe fèsnaar bheenùskaam. Kuntreefe ma kungaelo bheenaam sebhaoecke, ma kundzarfoexo ankufayd bheebuxataam.
(Ar Dzefoenga Seudhn kl'Enguur Fèsnoey, Bhskarta 1)


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)

If you have any questions about Kaalbhuuxa, you can contact Daniel at fregosoban@outlook.com

Scripts invented by Dan Fregoso Bañuelos

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