Kina Script

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The Kina script is the writing system primarily used in Kapuku. The writing system was developed in the 1600 and 1700s by both Zhenian and Kapukan schollars to give the people of Kapuku a writing system to keep track of trade and collect information, as well as translate Zhenian religious texts. The writing system is heavily influenced by Zhenian script.


The Kapukan Alphabet contains a total of 13 letters. The alphabet contains 5 vowles (ㅏ,ㅔ,ㅣ,ㅜ, and ㅗ) and 8 consonants (ㅸ,ㅎ,ㄲ,ᄙ,ㅁ,ㄴ,ㅃ,ㅸ, and '). The alphabet uses the Zhenian script and organizes the letter the same.

Letter IPA
/k ~ t ~ q/
/l ~ ɾ ~ ɹ/
/w ~ v/
' /ʔ/

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