Uyata is a syllabary used to represent the Qatama language. Uyata and the Qatama conlang were invented by Carl Buck for use in his conworld, Qatama. It was created as an alternative to the alphabet Moj.
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If you have any questions about Uyata, you can contact Carl at: cfbuckjr[at]gmail[dot]com
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