Welcome the the Baltichian Translator! This translates English to a basic form Baltichian.
Baltichian is a hobby project of mine, that I've been working on for years. It has its own alpahbet, but since those characters do not exist virtually I use a mixture of Greek, Latin, and Georgian characters.
Baltichian has phonetics that may seem alien to many English Speakers, there is a key below to aid you in pronouncing Baltichian
It's near impossible to actually coherently read Baltichian if you don't take note of this
ā = /ay/ [english: hoor(ay)] — å = /ah/ — à = /ah/ — æ = /ae/ /ay/ [english: st(ay) / (a)pple] — ē = /ee/ [english: m(e)] — é = /ey/ [english: ok(ay)] — ō = /"oh"/ [english: r(ow)] — ö = /ouh/ — ø = /o/ — ī = /"i"/ [english: (eye)] — ï = /oy/ [english: t(oy)] — j = /h/ or /j/ [english: (h)ard / (j)acob] — ʝ = /y/ [english: (y)es] — ß = /sz/ [english: be(s)t] — σ/ς = /ss/ or /-s/ [english: le(ss)] — μ = /um/ [english: pl(um)] — δ = /dd/ [english: o(dd)] — þ/θ = /th/ [english: (th)e / mo(th)] — λ = /ll/ /el/ [english: sh(ell) / sha(ll)] — ρ = /pr/ /-r/ [english: (pr)ogramme / driv(er)] — ʃ = /sh/ [english: (sh)out] — ə = /uh/ [english: st(u)ck] — ə° = /auh/ — ʒ = /ch/ [english: (ch)at] — ζ = /z/ [english: (z)oo] — ψ = /ee(y)/ [english: happ(y)] — Φ = /olo/ [english: s(olo)] — cɦ = /k(ch)/ [english: ro(ck~) / german: Na(ch)t] — ʀ = /r/ (trilled/rolled/spanish) — ʊ = /oo/ [english: st(oo)l / st(u)pid] — ɛ = /'e/ /eh/ [english: ch(e)f / str(ee)t] —
§ = /ss/ or /-s (-s)/ (if the word after starts with "s", ex: that i§ Sam (that is Sam)
You know have a basic idea on how to pronounce Baltichian, and can probably read it much easier now.
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