Hoodovor Translator

The hoodovors (A species I made) have their own tongue with their own words and alphabet. If you want to get the hoodovorian words, here you go!

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Basic Rules: ᚾᛚ (jsh) makes a sound like a cross between sh and z. ᛠΛ(yu) makes a sound like "you" Sektors: words can be divided into sektors, separated by a comma. This also helps readers pronounce the word if they haven't before.

There are three word types, a wobektor, ishaktor, and a tishektor. Wobektors have no commas and one sektor, Ishaktors have 1 comma and two sektors, and Tishektors have 2 commas and three sektors. There can't be over three sektors.

Spelling Rules: two I's form a hard I, two e's form a hard E, and a plain u forms a hard U. Soft I, E, and U end in h. for a hard O, oe is used if it's at the end of a word/sektor, and oh is used otherwise. for a hard A, ae is used if it's at the end of a word/sektor, and ey is used otherwise. for a soft A, au is used if an r/sh/jsh follows, and ah (also used for soft U) is used otherwise.

Someone who does a word gains "iire" to the end of that word and receives some variation to it. EX: Bah'zah'twiire is a messenger, and a message is Bah'zahto. Someone who does a word well and does it often gains "'et" to the end of that word. EX: Work=Beh'kwee, Worker=Beh'kwiire, and a Hard Worker=Beh'kwee'et.

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