Neergandonhi Translator

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Vowels and consonants that are next to each other (in one word) are seperarated by an apostrophe (i.e. ả'i, o'ỉ, etc.)

The letter h sounds like Hebrew's h.

For some reason, the suffixes don't work right when added to a word (i.e. "add" to "adding", "added", ect.), so just use them separately (put a space between them: i.e. if you want to change "add" to "adding", type it like this: "add ing", and then just get rid of the space after copying and pasting them or typing them).

Any and all words in a sentence can be combined assuming that no vowels or consonants are next to each other (i.e. a next to i, s next to f, etc.). The only exceptions to this rule are: tl/lt, hl/lh, mn/nm, mk/km, mt/tm, mp/pm, sl/ls, and r and sh before any letter (but a limit of only 2 words can be combined into one word).

Stresses (based on Vietnamese. Not 100% accurate, and a few are my own):

ả = ah sound

ạ, ụ = uh sound (ạ used at the end of a word)

ẹ = eh sound (sounds like ey when at the end of a word)

ỉ = ee sound

ì = ih sound

ơ, à = aw sound

ô = oh sound

ư, ẇ = ooh sound (ẇ is used after vowels)

ỳ, ị = i sound

đ = t sound (only used in the middle of words)

This can be used with the Inuktitut script (optional). Here it is if you'd like to use it (not 100% accurate):

a = ᐃ

ả = ᐃᖅ

ạ = ᐊᓱᖅ

b = ᐱ

c = ᑎ

d = ᑭ

đ = ᑭᖅ

e = ᒋ

ẹ = ᑉᖓ

f = ᒥᓱᒃ

g = ᒪ

h = ᓯ

i = ᐊᓇ

ỉ = ᐄ

ì = ᐄᕙ

ị = ᐃᔨ

k = ᒃ

l = ᓇᖅ

m = ᒪᕕ

n = ᓂᔅ

o = ᐆ

ơ = ᐳᑦ

p = ᒪᑐ

r = ᕆ

s = ᔭ

t = ᑏ

u = ᐅ

ụ = ᐅᓗ

ư = ᑑ

v = ᓰᕐ

w = ᓰᐊ

ẇ = ᓰᐊᕐ

y = ᐊᕈ

ỳ = ᐊᕈᖅ

z = ᖃ

Also, if my name was Neergandonian, it would be Natasha She Kari.

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