is a constructed fictional language invented by Stephen F. Boque used for the people of Caf. Mopo Kaf literally means "Word Caf" but a more clearer definition is "Language of Caf". Other names for this conlang can be Mopo Desijo, Kap Mopo, and Pargio no Mopota. This was created for analytical use. It is used by writting latin letters or in the Fupio ro Mopo Kaf.


At Seventh Grade, Stephen invented a conlang which would or might be spread into his City which was speaking a language that kinda lacks freedom of expression. But then for a week he put it aside and start building others. But after building others, he lost all his inspiration and one night, turned back to Mopo Kaf and realized how it was great! So, he revived it and added more words.


Inspired from toki pona's phonology. Mopo Kaf's 14 consonants, 5 vowels, and a diphthong makes it balance simple and complex.


Nasal consonants are m and n. Stop consonants are p and b, t and d, and k and g. Fricative consonants are f, s and h. Trilled consonant which is only r. Approximant consonants l and j/y/.

IPA table of Mopo Kaf's Consonants
Bilabial Labiodental Alveolar Post-Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m n
Stop p t k
b d g
Fricative f s h
Trill r
Approximant l j /y/


Mopo Kaf has only five vowels and a diphthong. These are a, e, i, o, u, and io.


Inspired again from toki pona, it has 'mi' as the pronoun 'I' and 'sina' as a pronoun for 'you'. For nouns, the basic parts of an object is important. It has words for 'base', 'support', and others.

It's verbs are specific in what it means like having the word for 'switch' is different from the word for 'relocate'.

Adjectives aren't developed yet due to the creator's heavy thinking to choose the right words to fit it's respective meanings. [Currently, Mopo Kaf's vocabulary contains 115 words yet. The creator expects to let Mopo Kaf's vocabulary to have atleast 300 words.]


It's word order is SVO. Saying "I told you" translates to "Mi tasio sina". The language often uses the word "ro" which is an article that stands for a description of the certain topic. "Kosem ro mopo kaf" means "Book about Mopo Kaf".

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