[EDIT Jan 13 2022] ok its been years and this language is absolutely horrid. the spelling rules aka romanization is god awful and this language works the same as english while only having rare words. however, i will preserve this language in its disastrous state here because i wanna look back on this in the future and cringe as hard as possible
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!
To make these words go from the English alphabet to the hoodovor alphabet, visit lingojam.com/HoodovorSymbolTranslator
ᚾᛚ (zh) is the same as a soft j (zh / ʒ). That's the s in leisure.
ᛠΛ(yu) makes a sound like "you."
ΛΛ(uu) is the same as "ow" (aʊ).
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.
For soft vowels, the letter itself works unless it is an E. Standalone E's are silent, and an EH forms a soft E. Two I's form a hard I, two e's form a hard E, and a plain u forms a hard U. 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/zh follows, and ah (also used for soft U) is used otherwise. Plural words end in either ae or x. Past tense words end in z or hz if not applicable.
----Someone who does a word gains "iire" to the end of that word, and if there was a vowel in their last sektor, the letter is dropped. These may have other variations. EX: Bah'zah'twiire is a messenger, and a message is known as a Bah'zahto.
----Someone who does a word well and does it often gains "'et" to the end of that word, with the plural suffix being ex and past tense being ez. EX: Work=Beh'kwee, Worker=Beh'kwiire, and a Hard Worker=Beh'kwee'et.