qosta is a writing system created by Adam Heurlin (aka Arimah Šaretésia Néotsánia) in early 2006 for his constructed language of the same name. The language is part of Adam's fictional world, where it is spoken by a race of reptilian creatures.
aumei esû la-qeltu gitunûso ake heki fotû qostu la-lehutampi peltago te esû naku âmito.
The day a single language covers our world, I will be without happiness.
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Further information about the qosta language
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