The Neholek Orthography : Nehólek and 

Neholek has it own constructed script, the Nehólekizi (). It's a bicameral semi-syllabary, that counts 16 base letters plus a diacrited one and a ligature, and 16 syllables.

The letters represent single sounds, either consonants or vowels. The diacrited one is a softened h /x/, romanized as y /ɣ/. The ligature is æ /aɪ/.

The syllable symbols corresponds to the 16 root concepts. There are 12 CV, 2 CCV, 1 VV, and 1 CVC. Syllables only replaces the relevant syllables when the root of that syllable actually comes from the concept itself (ex : ækæ (meat) comes from æka (life) + -(me)zi (matter) so it's written  and not ).

In the romanization system, the acute accent marks a non-standard stress, as in Spanish.

The letters are : P B D T K H C Z N M S L I O E A (Y Æ).

                (  )

 

The syllables are : Æ NE DO DI TO TE KHO SÍ PÁ CO MEI ZI PSO BI ZÍ SÁ.

               