Laythielian Translator (Based on Kazakh and Russian)

(PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE USING THE TRANSLATOR)

PLEASE READ BEFORE USING THE TRANSLATOR!

This translator gets updates regularly, so keep a lookout for new words and/or phrases (here is the Cyrillic version: https://lingojam.com/LaythielianTranslator%28Cyrillic%29 (I might change it in the future).

This language was made by me for fun!

Stresses:

ä= Ah sound

ë= Eh sound

ï= Ih sound

ö= Aw sound

ü= Ooh sound

zh= G (like the "g" in "beige") sound

s̆= Sh sound

c̆= Ch sound

The suffix "dä" ('d) doesn't have a space for some reason, even if I save it with a space. You'll have to put a space between the word you're using and "dä" ('d).

An apostrophe (') after a letter (d', t', g', etc.) adds an S sound to the end of it (i.e. "ösdët’", or "will", sounds like "oz-dets". If it didn't have the apostrophe, it would sound like "oz-det").

"No" in Laythielian is "zhno", and it goes before the word it modifies (i.e. "I could" is "Mi nëlëzhoi", but "I couldn't" is "Mi zhnolëzhoi").

You can use this however you want, but make sure to credit me (My name is Creepergirl549)!

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