Kandazá Kandazá

Kandazá was invented in 2019 by Samuel Langer as a way to write a conlang he is working on called Kandazamó. It can be used to write other languages as well, but only if that language has the same sound inventory as Kandazamó.

Notable features

Kandazá alphabet

Kandazá alphabet

Download an alphabet chart for Kandazá

Sample text

Sample text in Kandazá


Toniatnóm kammatakót tomontaín sa.


Walking is just controlled falling.

Scripts invented by Sam Langer

Kandazá, Langerian, Nitalha

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