Katemayar    Katemayar alphabet

Katemayar was created by Bryson Schnaitmann for use with his constructed language, Kynaatt. It was heavily inspired by Atemayar Qelisayér, Armenian and Georgian alphabets.

Kynaatt is a constructed analytic and agglutinative language of the Kyna-Mijriian language family and is intended for general use. Several books are being translated into it, and it has an inventory of over 1800 root words, and well over 4000 words created using suffixes in addition to those. It is a simple CVC/CCVCC language (there are very few and rare examples of CCCVCCC) with root words rarely exceeding two syllables and virtually never exceeding three. It is a unique language in that it has both a high consonant and high vowel presence found in the script.

Notable features

Katemayar alphabet

Katemayar alphabet

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Sample text in the Katemayar

Sample text in the Katemayar


e Hlemso tićúśỹya amestanma nãv zwýńetma kahý ahyýseśta nãv o wýtnãseśta. Śta woya imehrama denahý ágre nãv ýgramzẽ, nãv x́áyũũya kohý yuyu kahý megyemćo nãrhý enavzẽ.


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)

More information
Kynaatt to English Ninth Edition Dictionary

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