Tyuuwskaric Translator

Inspired by Abkhaz

The language is in the SOV sentence structure (i.e. "I will have been" would be "I will been have", or "I said I want to help you" would be "I said I want to you help").

The article "the" always goes after a word (i.e. "the dog" would be "dog the", which translates to "ǵeq̇q̇chta ķo")

The articles "a" and "an" are non-existant in this language.

Stresses:

ą = ah sound

ę = eh sound (makes the ey sound at the end of words)

í, ý = ih sound

ó = aw sound

y = uh sound

ś = sh sound

ć =ch sound

ċ = ts sound

ch, q̇ = k sound (or ķ)

ǵ = g sound (as in good)

ń = nee sound

ţ = the sound

h́ = silent (i.e. "h́a" would just sound like "a")

ź = g sound (as in beige)

ŕ = Czech ř sound

This language also uses the Georgian script (optional and not 100%). Here it is if you'd like to use it:

ა = a/აჱ = ą

გ = b

კ = ch/ჭ = ć/წ = ċ

დ = d

ე = e/ეჱ = ę

გ = g/ღ = ǵ

ჱ = h/ჵ = h́

ი = i/იჱ = í

ხ = ķ

ლ = l

მ = m

ნ = n/ნჱ = ń

ო = o/ ოჱ, Ҩҩ = ó

პ = p

ყ = q/ჴჱ = q̇

რ = r/რჟ = ŕ

ს = s/შ = ś

ტ = t/თ = ţ

უ = u

ჳ = v

ვ, Әә = w

ჩ = y/ჯ = ý

ზ = z/ჟ = ź

ქ = apostrophe (')

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