I am mixed between Cherokee and Trinidad, and have spoken Kituwah (middle dialect) since I was a small child, learning the language from my grand father. This translator converts english words to middle dialect Cherokee (sentences will not be grammatically correct, except for specific phrases, as LingoJam doesn't currently have any features that allow that level of sophistication)
This translator provides romanized cherokee translations. To access the Cherokee character script, for users already familiar with the cherokee alphabet, all you have to do is copy and paste the romanized translation into the english side, It will come out on the other in script form. However, you have to put spaces between each syllable.
You would type "Dohitsu" as "Do hi tsu", to get "ᏙᎯᏧ" which means "How are you?"
As for certain romanized pronunciations:
"v" would be pronounced like a "u" in "run"
Ex: the word "wudeligv" meaning "west" would be pronounced "woo-de-lee-guh"
"ts" would be pronounced like "ch" in "cheese"
Ex: the phrase "Dohitsu" meaning "how are you?" would be pronounced "doe-hee-chu"
The "u" is always pronounced as the "u" in "rue" or the "u" in "pikachu" for example.
More updates will be added to this when ever I have the time.