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LANGUAGE TRANSLATOR

Lynvian Language

Understanding the Lynvian language is not too difficult. Like many other languages, there are suffixes and prefixes that differentiate plurals and assist with tense.

  • Nouns - Append 'ae' to the end of a noun to indicate PLURAL.
  • Nouns - Masculine, start with K, Feminine, start with H.
  • Nouns - Small, end in L, Large, end in R.
  • Possessive, add -ess

The text box below can be used for a word-for-word translation from English to Lynvian or from Lynvian to English. This is rudimentary at best, and cannot be used as a true translation into Lynvian.

SOME punctuation may throw the translator off. Most normal symbols in a sentence are handled. Note That the Lynvian characters will also appear below the english characters.

Kraxorian Language

Understanding the Kraxor language is a simple matter.
Because dragons have difficulty forming certain phonetic sounds, there is a limited number of phonemes.
Notably absent are J,C,Q,V,Y.
Dragon written language is like Kanji, in that it is symbolic rather than phonetic.
Also, plural is the same as singular, past tense the same as present.
Dragon speak is limited mainly because dragons communicate more via magic, memory, and telepathy than the spoken word.

The text box below can be used for a word-for-word translation from English to Kraxorian or from Kraxorian to English. This is rudimentary at best, and cannot be used as a true translation into Kraxorian.

SOME punctuation may throw the translator off as well.