Language generator

This generator is quite different from all the other generators on this website. The aim of this generator and all the info below is to help you create or generate a new language for your stories.
There are several parts to this generator, all of which have their own buttons and inputs you can use.

The first part you'll see are a whole bunch of input fields with words which are the basic building blocks for any language, there are verbs, adjectives, common phrases, one conjugated verb (to be) and more.
I've chosen these words and phrases because they're generally the most common throughout most genres, but because everything is an input field you can enter your own words from any language you wish and have them translated instead.
If you use special characters, like an é, or even a symbol like @, make sure you add those to the translation characters in the fields below.

Below the input fields are two buttons. The random button will 'translate' the text in the input fields to one of the 25 languages I made up. I tried to make a lot of different languages for many different races and societies, so some will sound guttural, others will sound more melodic and others will have words replaced to create special connections (like having the same word for friend and brother).

The button labeled show used alphabet will show you which alphabet has been used in the generated language. This way you can use and build upon one of the generator language.
Note that there is no J, Q or Z as those do not appear in the text.
Also note that the alphabet used will not 100% match the translation, this is because I replaced some words or parts of words with other combinations to make sure the words aren't too abstract.

Underneath those buttons you will find letter input fields. This is where you can do your magic. In these fields you can choose what characters you wish to replace the alphabet with and you can even enter what characters you wish to replace. In this you can use different characters besides the standard alphabet.
When you click the translate button it will translate all the word fields above and the text field below it, which is where you can enter anything you wish to be translated.
There's also a checkbox to enable or disable the use of 2 letter combinations. These 2 letter combinations are among the most common letter combinations in the English language, but you can of course enter your own.
I've limited the amount of characters you can replace a letter with to 3 for single letters and 4 for 2 letter combinations.

It's important to note that the 2 letter combinations will be replaced in order and once a part of a word has been 'translated', it won't be re-translated by another 2 letter combination.
This means that if you have a word like deer, the 'ee' will be replaced first because it appears earlier in the input list. 'ER' also appears in the input list, but it won't affect the ER in deer.

Then there are 4 buttons for saving and loading, you save up to 4 alphabets of your own and load them at any time you wish.

Finally, underneath all of this you will find the original text in many different languages. I've created this in the hope to inspire you even further, perhaps some languages have an appealing sound to their words which you like or perhaps you want to use the words in that language to translate them into your own language.

If you're really into creating a language, but you feel like you need more help, try out the language creation guide on this site.

yes / no
hello
welcome
goodbye
good morning
good evening
good night
excuse me
please
thank you
no problem
how
which
what
where
who
why
when
i am
you are
he/she is
they are
you are
we are
sell
buy
trade
steal
work
have
give
say
get
make
help
know
take
see
hear
father
mother
brother
sister
son
daughter
friend
enemy
courage
fear
hate
anger
happy
pride
shame
love
young
old
large
small
beauty
ugly
good
bad
clever
stupid
strong
weak

A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y
A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y
Enable the above letter combinations

Clicking one of the save buttons will save your alphabet locally in your browser, simply click the right load button whenever you return to load your alphabet. You can safely close your browser and return a different day, you will still be able to load your alphabet, as long as you didn't use incognito mode to save.
This feature is not supported by older browsers, like Internet Explorer 7.

Translation

Real & Pop Culture LanguagesUser submitted languages
Click on real or submitted languages for different translations.
Note that languages with a different alphabet have a Romanized, phonetic translation.
Afrikaans
Bulgarian
Corpus
Croatian
Danish
Dothraki
Dovahzul (Dragon)
Dutch
English
Filipino
Finnish
French
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Klingon
Korean
Latin
Lojban
Mandalorian
Nahuatl
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Russian
Serbian
Sindarin (Elvish)
Spanish
Swedish
Ajbriom
Andakuri
Aslevalonian
Calarien
Chilunian
Lehrhreaehr Thaemoae
Tajhaena
Tuatha Shireion
Viaxvolus
Wolven
yes/noyes/nohowhowi ami amworkwork
hellohellowhichwhichyou areyou arehavehave
welcomewelcomewhatwhathe/she ishe/she isgivegive
goodbyegoodbyewherewherethey arethey aresaysay
good morninggood morningwhowhoyou areyou aregetget
good eveninggood eveningwhywhywe arewe aremakemake
good nightgood nightwhenwhenhelphelp
excuse meexcuse mesellsellknowknow
pleasepleasebuybuytaketake
thank youthank youtradetradeseesee
no problemno problemstealstealhearhear
fatherfathercouragecouragelovelovegoodgood
mothermotherfearfearyoungyoungbadbad
brotherbrotherhatehateoldoldcleverclever
sistersisterangerangerlargelargestupidstupid
sonsonhappyhappysmallsmallstrongstrong
daughterdaughterpridepridebeautybeautyweakweak
friendfriendshameshameuglyugly
enemyenemy
Note that some of the languages above may not be 100% correct.
If you notice a mistake, please send me a message with the correction.
Also, if any of you know a language which doesn't appear above, I'd love it if you send me a translation of the English text in the language you know, even if it's a well known fantasy language, like Klingon, Dothraki or Elvish. It would be amazing to have a small treasure trove of the basics of dozens of languages.

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