English to Cresnovian. [WIP] Translator

now with reverse translation enabled! ...kinda...

Cresnovian is a writing system designed for english, that uses existing unicode characters to provide the look of another language without needing a separate / new font for it to work. it is based on the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), which has one symbol for every distinct sound that a mouth can make.

Please note, this translator does not include most of the punctuation marks.

it is also not done, and will take a while to finish.

back translation is allowed, but it translates to sounds, not full english.

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ᖿᐦᘆᒿᕮᐦᑐᗵᘐᐯᒿᑐ ᘝᕭ ᕽᓴ ᑊᘆᖉᖳᐦᐯᑩ ᕮᐦᘝᐦᕭᖳᐦᕽᘎ ᖳᘝᕭᖉᑐᖰ ᘓᐦᗜᘆ ᐯᑩᘛᘝᐦᗤ ᒧ ᗴᘕᐦᖰ ᘁᑌᕭᕽᕭ ᒿᖼᕮᘝᕮᐦᖰᐯᑩ ᘁᑌᑐᘝᖿᐦᗵᖰ ᖿᐦᒿᘆᕽᐦᖼᖳᐦᕽᘆᕭ ᖳᐦᑌ ᑫᐦᘆᗜᘐᖉᖰ ᗴᕽᓴ ᑊᘛᕫᐦᖼ ᙭ᘐ ᕽᑐᗜᗴᕽᘆ ᑊᘛᒿᘝᑩᖿᓑᒿᕈ ᓑᘝᐦᗱᘕᓑᐦᖰ ᑕᐯᖳᐯᑩ ᕽᓴ ᕮᐦᒿᐦᑭᘆᕽᐦᖰ / ᑕᘁᑌ ᘓᐦᗜᑐᐦᖰ ᘓᐦᗵᘆᓯ ᘝᐦᖰ ᖳᐦᑌ ᓑᕽᘆᐦᖼ ᖵ ᘝᐦᖰ ᘝᕭ ᑫᒿᘝᕮᐦᖰ ᗜᑐ ᗴᐯ ᖤ ᖉ ᑫᐦᐯ ᒿᘝ ᖢ ᙅ ᘝᑐᖳᐦᕽᘆᑕᘕᗧᐦᕽᑐᕽᘛᓯ ᘕᘛᘓᐦᕽᑫᒿᐦᖰ ᙂ ᒧ ᓑᘝᐦᕈ ᑪᘕᕭ ᐟ ᕮᐦᘝᘎᑫᕫᘛᓯ ᘓᐦᗵᘆ ᒿᘐᘆᐯ ᖳᘝᕮᐦᖰᐯᑩᖿᐦᖰ ᕮᐦᘕᓑᑐᖰ ᗴᘕᐦᖰ ᕽᓴ ᘎᘕᓑᐦᗱ ᖿᐦᘕᑐ ᘎᒿᘝᐦᖼ ᖵ

ᑫᐦᘛᐯᕭ ᑕᗵᐦᖰ ᒧ ᗴᘝᐦᕭ ᖳᐦᘆᘕᑐᕮᘛᒿᘝᖳᐦᕽᘆᑊ ᖳ᙭ᕭ ᑕᗜᐦᖰ ᘝᑐᖿᐦᘛᑌᖰ ᘎᗵᕮᐦᖰ ᙭ᘐ ᗴᕽᓴ ᑫᐦ᙭ᑩᖿᐦᕈᑌᒿᘝᗧᐦᕽᑐ ᘎᗜᘆᖿᐦᕭ ᖵ

ᘝᐦᖰ ᘝᕭ ᗜᘛᕮᐦᗵ ᑕᗜᐦᖰ ᖳ᙭ᑐ ᒧ ᘕᑐᖰ ᓑᘝᘛᓯ ᖳᐦᒿᘝᐦᖼ ᒿᘝ ᘛᗜᑩ ᖳᐦᖉᘎ ᖳᐦᑌ ᘓᐦᘝᑕᘝᐦᗤ ᖵ

ᑫᘕᐦᖼ ᖳᐦᘆᘕᑐᕭᘛᒿᐦᗤᕽᑐ ᘝᕭ ᕽᘛᘕᓑᖰ ᒧ ᑫ᙭ᐦᖰ ᘝᐦᖰ ᖳᐦᘆᘕᑐᕭᘛᒿᘝᖳᐦᕭ ᖳᐦᑌ ᕮᐦᘕᓑᑐᖰᕭ ᒧ ᑕᗜᐦᖰ ᘓᐦᕫᘛᓯ ᐯᑩᖼᘛᘝᐦᗤ ᖵ

ᑫᐦᘛᐯᕭ ᑊᘆᐯᑫᐦᗵᘆᐦᖰ ᒿᑐᐯ ᑫᐦᘆᗜᑭᘛᒿᘎᕭ ᘝᑐ ᗴᕽᓴ ᕮᐦ᙭ᕋᒿᐦᕭᕋᐦᕽᑐ ᑫᗜᖿᐦᕭ ᖵ

a note for people who already know cresnovian and are having trouble getting it to translate properly: in the RegEx i used a bar character ❬ | ❭ after a consonant to flip it, and after a vowel to make it long, and i used "ə" extensively. if you put those into the translator where neccesary, it should be easier to get it to do what you want. for example, try "a|".

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