Rokrizychan 2.0! Translator

It's back, baby

Well, I miss my Czech based conlang, Rokrizychan, so I've decided to bring it back after having to scrap it due to mistakes. This is Rokrizychan 2.0!

None of my translators have separate suffixes, prefixes, or infixes; and I'm working hard to finish my word list so I can add it to all of my translators. So be patient please!

This language has no articles (I know I do this a lot with my conlangs, but it's easier not to use them) and it uses an SOV sentence structure.

There are two different types of "bear" (which are not included in the translator for this reason):

  1. The animal "bear", which is "meved", or "mevedi" (for plural).

  2. The action of "bearing" something, which has 4 versions: "nes(t)", which literally means "to bear"; "nesel", or "beared; carried"; "lošisko", or "bearing"; and "nesti; neseni", or "bears; carries".

There are also two ways to say "read":

  1. "číst; kečeň", or" read; to read" The words "reading" and "reads" are still in the translator because they're spelled differently.

  2. "Četli; četlem“, or "have read; to have read".

There is also two different ways to say "cut":

  1. "Řez; (k) řezu" or "cut; to cut".

  2. "Řezáno; řezan” or “to have cut; was cut”.

There's more than one word for "duck":

  1. The animal "duck" is "kakna", and the plural is "kakni; kaken".

  2. "Sklonil", or "to duck", and "senhul", or "to have ducked; ducked".

If you want a word (such as a noun) to be possessive, simply add "-ej". Pronouns work differently than nouns, as possessive forms are different words.

If there are words you'd like to suggest that are not included in the translator, please do so!

Stresses (I kinda had to guess with a few):

á = ah sound (as in "awesome")

é = ey sound

ě = yeh sound

í = ee sound

ó = aw sound (as in "soccer")

ú = ooh sound (as in "too"), goes at the beginning of words moreso than at the end

ů = ooh sound (as in "too"), goes in the middle or at the end of words

c = ts sound (as in the Japanese "tsunami")

č = ch sound

ch = softer k sound

ď = dee sound

ň = nee sound (like the Spanish ñ)

ř = similar to ž, but with your teeth put together and a slight trilled r sound behind it

š = sh sound

ť = tee sound

ý = ee sound

ž = g sound (like the g in "beige")

If you can think of a better name, please suggest it! If my name was Rokrizychan, it would be Symfonia Nikola Řichová.

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