American English to Parseltongue Translator

-I'm sorry for such the long break, but as of now all suggestions have been added!
Sidenote, I will not be adding a vocal element to this for pronunciation help, because as far as I know, the only way to do that is by using JavaScript, which I do not know in the slightest. So, as much as I would like to add that, unless there is an easier way, I will not be able to. But do not worry, I am working on a written pronunciation guide to add to this to hopefully help you guys out some.
English to Parseltongue translator.
Parseltongue has 47 characters. The words are made of this alphabet.
PLURAL: Parseltongue is in third person. This means that names of people do not change. (HOWEVER, I am able to add specific names, because they would be pronounced differently to align with the characters of the Parseltongue alphabet. Some common names are on the list, simply type the name and then n right after. For example: Harryn, Ronn, Dracon. Certain common name combinations will work without the addition n on the end. For example: Hermione Granger, Severus Snape.) The only exceptions are pronouns of 2+ people. So we, your (the plural version, NOT THE SINGULAR VERSION. For the singular version of Your, put their name and then sss), our, etc. are in this list. Singular pronouns are on this list, but they will just translate to (Your Name), (His Name), etc. TO SEARCH FOR A PLURAL WORD, FIRST TRY PUTTING (pl) AT THE END OF THE SINGULAR FORM OF THE WORD BEFORE TRYING JUST THE PLURAL FORM OF THE WORD. Example: Book(pl). Adding (pl) to the end of the singular form of any word will give the plural form of the word, but there are some translations for plural words that change the word's ending more than adding simply a -s or -es that will translate without needing the (pl) at the end. This is mainly an attempt to add some convenience while translating, but it's still a good idea to add the (pl) to the end of the singular form to make sure it is actually the plural form being given. For example, both children and child(pl) will result in the same translation being given.
CONTRACTIONS: For any contraction that ends in 's, such as she's, there's, etc., just write both words and then delete the space between the TRANSLATED words to get the proper translation for the contraction. The translator is set to translate anything ending in 's to the possessive form because 's has a broad application for many words, so a contraction ending in 's will just change to the possessive form of the word if kept in contraction form.
PAST & FUTURE TENSES: This only works for present tense and most, but not all, past tense words. For past tense, add -sse to the end of any verb in the tense. For future tense, add -ssa to the end of any verb in the tense. THE TRANSLATOR DOES NOT WORK WITH FUTURE TENSE. Due to the nature of how future tense is written in English, there is no good way to make the translator work properly with future tense words. If you are using a verb in the future tense, just add -ssa to the end of the word, and delete any additional words needed to make that verb future tense in English. For example, "will try" directly translates to "Ssiishiishjssa Hsiihsl." To correctly write this phrase, delete the "will" (Ssiishiishjssa) and add -ssa to the end of the "try" (Hsiihsl). Your final word should be "Hsiihslssa." IN ORDER TO FORCE A PAST OR FUTURE ENDING simply add (pst) or (past) to the end of the word for past tense, and (ftr) or (future) to the end of the word for future tense. I put this in as a precautionary measure in case there are words with multiple meanings that may mess with the words, such as "rose" being its own word, but also the past version of the word "rise."
ADDITIONAL ENDINGS, POSSESSIVE & PLURAL: Plural words add -shs to the end. Possessive words add -sss to the end. For plural and possessive words, plural is written and then possessive, so -shssss would be the ending.
CONT.: The comparative endings -er and -est add -shu and -shushu to the end of the modified word respectively.
CONT.: An -ing ending adds -hsr to the end.
CONT.: To turn a word into an adverb, add -ssl to the end of the word.  
NUMBERS: For numbers, writing the word form of the number works much better than the numerical form. For example, one thousand two hundred fifty nine will translate, but 1,259 will not. It will translate 1-10, 100, 1000, 1000000, 1000000000, and 1000000000000 in numerical form.
I am aware that some of these directions can seem a little complicated. If you need any help with specific translations and these directions aren't answering your questions, simply ask for help with what you would like translated in the comments and I will tell you how to translate it properly.
PLEASE LEAVE A SUGGESTION ABOUT WHICH WORDS YOU WOULD LIKE ADDED TO THE TRANSLATION LIST. There are many missing at the moment. I will be updating the list regularly, so you can expect the words to be added in a timely manner.
Last Updated - 7/4/24

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