Alternate names: Neadersassisk, Low German or simply 'Saxon'.
Low Saxon is a collection of dialects that were once the lingua franca of the Hanseatic League. These days, spoken by around 5 million people, the future is slowly starting to look brighter as speakers are coming together to return the language to a position of strength.
In spirit of securing a future for the language, a wonderful new universal orthography has been created by speakers of a variety of the Saxon dialects. This conventional form of writing is called the 'Nysassiske Skryvwyse' (go to: https://skryvwyse.eu), and it is the orthography this translator uses.
This translator is generally based on one of the East-Tweants dialects of Low Saxon, which is on the Netherlands, but will occasionally include words from other dialects.