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Antapa is a fictional language which is associated with the con-nation of Qiní. It was created by Jan Havliš in 1999, and used in his (unpublished?) novel "Höw Nehhinaäf" (Song about the Nothern Star). It started out as a funlang, but developed further after Havliš began writing his book.

The language is influenced by Hebrew and Arabic, but rather than using a consonantal root system, the author has elected for a vowel-based one.

The website contains a grammatical sketch and a handful of words.

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This article is part of the Conlang Rescue Project.

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Some information in this article was taken from LangMaker. (For the specific article, please see the 'External Links' section.)