The Kop'ell script was created by Gabriel Harter to write his conlang by the same name. The language is intended to serve as the product of a very distant feature society in which most of humanity has had to revive itself after a global catastrophe of some sort.
Grammatically Kop'ell is modeled on a combination of Japanese in its particle system and some Inuit languages as well as some Algonquin ones in its verb structure, nevertheless components of Kop'ell are almost completely alien to languages now. Phonetically speaking, it shows some similarities to Western Greenlandic as well as the Western Abenaki language (Algonquin language family) and also draws some near cognates to other Eskimo-Aleut languages.
The stand-alone forms of the vowels are represented by the larger of the two symbols in each box.
The phrase end marker is attached to either the consonant string or the vowel string depending on the dialect and author's preference.
Bayeqəttai kolhudyeyou. ŋya. Ll'yuuouŋavaqətt. Bovaqətt. Bovap'aqətt.
This is my child. Guest. I eat seal. I go. I went.
Taŋya kobŋyaaillinak'oŋyeyou umap'abuŋqəɣ. Povaŋillidoŋqauye kayamvabuŋqəlhoŋa, taŋtaŋuye sovabadyokalibuŋqəlh.
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.
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