Learn Hebrew online

Learn a new language outside the books with Mondly


Kenamoya is an abugida invented by Carl Buck to write his conlang, Kala. It is meant primarily to be decorative. A handwritten version is also possible. The word kena means "circle" and moya means "write; spell; letter".

Notable features

Kenamoya consonants

Kenamoya consonants

Kenamoya vowels

Kenamoya vowels

Kenamoya diacritics

Kenamoya diacritics

How to form glyphs

Kenamoya - how to form glyphs

Sample text in Kenamoya

Sample text in Kenamoya


tayetla nihampa tsaniye
noma tamahu - nyasampa
itla kyomiha, ta ke teniko uasampa - na ke RSS tayo sutsepua ma na nya akya noko ke kasepeni maha hika


2SG-DIST.4SG nice-very tell.story-PST
thing good-extreme - thank-much
this be.intereting-AUG 2SG O journal-AG skill-very - 1SG O RSS 2SG.POSS subscribe-PFV CONJ 1SG for awake remain O report-piece-nice more wait


You told that very nicely!
A great thing, thank you very much.
This is very interesting, you are a very skilled journalist – I subscribed to your RSS feed and I remain awake for more awesome articles.

More information about Kala can be found at

Writing systems by Carl Buck

Ajan, Ecta, Eshta, Kala, Kenamoya, Kitse, Moj, Naua, Pesato, Uyata, Zhongyinzi

Other writing systems invented by visitors to this site

If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free.

If you like this site and find it useful, you can support it by making a donation, or by contributing in other ways. Omniglot is how I make my living.