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Translations in Constructed Languages (T-Z)

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The translations in constructed languages have been divided into four parts: A-F, G-M, N-S and T-Z.

Language: Takkaampi

Language constructed by: Joe Andrew

Translation {with notes}:

Dzur'yeni vaxit' sayaki uzmen Kasal'yau makah vax'it sayaki.

Contributed by: Joe Andrew


Language: Taleane Raineri/Royal Language

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Taleane Raineri; *Comment: This is a written language.}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Tarakan

Language constructed by: Sinkhai Lim

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Siddham and Chinese (mixed)}

Uma nakam ya, ìtapuna, uma ća digyu zona aichuma. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: Sinkhai Lim


Language: Tarian

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Avrállene emmànei i avrállene Reiaille. {*Comment: This language is part of the Euváne language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Tecya

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Hirtau; *Comment: The Hirtau script is read from left to right in vertical lines.}

Ní sai gende kai sai ca Hazina. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Tehrevnom

Language constructed by: Johannes Pfeiffer

Translation {with notes}:

Dana dalakalina en dana faali Talonan.

Contributed by: Johannes Pfeiffer


Language: Teikâs

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Sà me hûmaŋ miw ŕâgr sà me Érŧéà. {*Comment: This language is part of the Bîhe language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Teliya Nevashi

Language constructed by: Mia Harper

Translation {with notes}:

Ema an jenven wa eka rodev im Ashea.

Contributed by: Mia Harper


Language: Tengoko

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Old Kar; *Comment: The Old Kar script is also called Kyokar.}

Ka yi na ze kanaq Teraim. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Terene

Language constructed by: Even Tolo Dybevik

Translation {with notes}:

Merena etoma de merena ani fanshy.

Contributed by: Even Tolo Dybevik


Language: Terrant

Language constructed by: Sol Cajueiro

Translation {with notes}:

Essemme Terranttyr wa wie Ter-essemme.

Contributed by: Sol Cajueiro


Language: Theng-thun

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Kar}

Kha yē na á Tela. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Ther

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Kneian; *Comment: This language is part of the Teussic language family.}

P'khā na humane 'a p'khā Trethe yā. {*Script: Roman; *Comment: This language is part of the Teussic language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Thërian

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Arjik; *Comment: This language is part of the Gubio-Omataian language family.}

Värie popullus exvärie Hethras lus. {*Script: Roman; *Comment: This language is part of the Gubio-Omataian language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Tighaia

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Old Kirthai; *Comment: The Old Kirthai script is read from left to right in vertical lines.}

Asi nui ngin kai asi nui Ghaza-ñinaz. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Toki Pona

Language constructed by: Sonja Elen Kisa

Translation {with notes}:

mi ale li jan soweli. mi ale li tan ma.

Contributed by: Jacqueline Grupa


Language: Tonoryu

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Sibaz}

Kanaa-yay je kanaay Teraim. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Tow

Language constructed by: Derek Chen

Translation {with notes}:

Wùyo̱nāxm̀m, ūhlkyélfàfu̱xújtngèh. {*IPA: [wu:˥˩ jo:n˩ ax˦m̩:˥˩, əl˦kʲɛl˩˦ɸa:˥˩ ɸu˩xujt˩˦ŋʷɛ:˥˩]}

Contributed by: Derek Chen


Language: Træzü

Language constructed by: Nikhil Sinha

Translation {with notes}:

पकोकहोलीअक् ज़पकोकश्रैयाम्ब्। {*Script: Devanagari}

Pakokaholïak zapakokaxreyämb. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: Nikhil Sinha


Language: Treyll

Language constructed by: Andi Greynolds

Translation {with notes}:

lieroi yonokat pavanonoel dir lieroi solakat anra dys.

Contributed by: Andi Greynolds


Language: Triband Language

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Triband Roman Transcription; *Comment: This is an electromagnetic language. Triband Roman Transcription is read from left to right in horizontal lines, three lines at a time.}

{*Script: Triband RGB Mapping; *Comment: This is an electromagnetic language.}

{*Script: Triband Staff Notation; *Comment: This is an electromagnetic language.}

{*Script: Triband Native; *Comment: This is an electromagnetic language. The Triband Native script is read from right to left in vertical lines, three lines at a time.}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Þrjótrunn

Language constructed by: Henrik Theiling

Translation {with notes}:

Nær sumur pjörni eð nær sumur Terri.

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Trüdian

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Ohe huumani agsen ben ohe Evitith agsen. {*Comment: This language is part of the Veeric language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Tshebesh

Language constructed by: Alexander M Koch

Translation {with notes}:

Sodzhot mautauɣeseɣa baunedidzh. {*Comment: This language is part of the Qephex language family.}

Contributed by: Alexander M Koch


Language: Tsolyáni

Language constructed by: M A R Barker

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Tekumel; *Comment: The Tekumel script is read from right to left.}

Lúmi tsóluyal guál lél lúmi mikwísukh guál. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: Bill Acheson


Language: Tubenian

Language constructed by: Lars Finsen

Translation {with notes}:

Keloja ulinje duxasta ulinjenga.

Contributed by: Lars Finsen


Language: Turjana

Language constructed by: Joe Andrew

Translation {with notes}:

Me orenne imazak muz me orenne Mazta.

Contributed by: Joe Andrew


Language: Umanese

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Askar mayomminit ar askar av-Erte ar. {*Comment: This language is part of the Shkeid language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Ungxã

Language constructed by: Chloe O

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Ungxã; *Comment: The Ungxã script is read from left to right in vertical lines.}

òngôx ãng òngu', ôchîå òngôx ãllungu ôΓìk~ö. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: Chloe O


Language: Urianian

Language constructed by: Lars Finsen

Translation {with notes}:

Emni sint e Irtant.

Contributed by: Lars Finsen


Language: Usik

Language constructed by: Juan Ramon Palanca Gomez

Translation {with notes}:

Sino i Hum.

Contributed by: Juan Ramon Palanca Gomez


Language: Utakwu

Language constructed by: Derek Chen

Translation {with notes}:

Eskwusixan, fwutseixan. {*IPA: [ɛskʷusɛixah, fwutsaixah]}

Contributed by: Derek Chen


Language: Verdurian

Language constructed by: Mark Rosenfelder

Translation {with notes}:

Am uestî er am de Oikumenei.

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Volapük

Language constructed by: Johann Martin Schleyer

Translation {with notes}:

Obs binom meniks e obs binom de tal.

Contributed by: Nikhil Sinha


Language: Vorodenka

Language constructed by: Joe Andrew

Translation {with notes}:

(Veyah) mana zmas kei (veyah) hapa Semma zmas. {*Comment: The word in brackets is optional.}

Contributed by: Joe Andrew


Language: Vuh

Language constructed by: Vigt Whoudt

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Vuh}

Vuiwa nenleidha. Vuiwa dikiujhi dha. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: Vigt Whoudt


Language: Vuladian

Language constructed by: Cody Smith

Translation {with notes}:

Nosu sommos chi humani, e nosu sommos van terra.

Contributed by: Cody Smith


Language: Western Qephex/ɢepeɣ

Language constructed by: Alexander M Koch

Translation {with notes}:

Xoztsh am afihisay purtsaz. {*Comment: This language is part of the Qephex language family.}

Contributed by: Alexander M Koch


Language: Xenechen

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Kar}

Kaye na Cheraaru. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Xpanī

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Dialect: Continental European; *Script: Arabic; *Comment: The Arabic script is read from right to left.}

Somos uemes i somos dal Arad. {*Dialect: Continental European; *Script: Roman}

{*Dialect: Xpanī Garabī; *Script: Arabic; *Comment: The Arabic script is read from right to left.}

Somos gen i somos dal Arad. {*Dialect: Xpanī Garabī; *Script: Roman}

Sons ômmi i sons das Terra. {*Dialect: Bała}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Yal Dawo

Language constructed by: Ariel Cinii

Translation {with notes}:

San'ié äv Quopé Terra Nal, min san'ié DrôvéLa Haré.

Contributed by: Ariel Cinii


Language: Yanglish

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Version: Britanian; *Script: Futhark}

Nos son men et nos son del Terre. {*Version: Britanian; *Script: Roman}

We are mench and we are from Earth. {*Version: Yanglish-G/Walch}

Nos son humans et nos son del Terre. {*Version: Yanglish-R/Londinan}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Yaoriêt

Language constructed by: Gabriel Brinton

Translation {with notes}:

Mobakasêsti omo Fôssiyi tês yawôhet.

Contributed by: Gabriel Brinton


Language: Yeltax

Language constructed by: George Corley

Translation {with notes}:

Xec xoda yaxae. Xec xala Erta.

Contributed by: George Corley


Language: Yltilessian

Language constructed by: Marc Daniel Skibsted Volhardt

Translation {with notes}:

Alamma zhûmätni ak pystämmy Ûonärdreja. {*Script: Roman; *IPA: [alamːa ˈʒuːmætnɪ aʰk ˈpʰystæmːʏ ˈuːɔnærdrɛja]}

Аламма жюмəтни ак пүстəммү Юонəрдреjа. {*Script: Cyrillic; *IPA: [alamːa ˈʒuːmætnɪ aʰk ˈpʰystæmːʏ ˈuːɔnærdrɛja]}

Contributed by: Marc Daniel Skibsted Volhardt


Language: Yonai

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Yonsu; *Comment: This language is part of the Heung-Yon language family. The Yonsu script is read from left to right in vertical lines.}

Gechte-seong humang-seu ae yang-seong Eti-pyareo. {*Script: Roman; *Comment: This language is part of the Heung-Yon language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Yonian

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Oshe ang huumanek sie, oshe ang Evityeth sie. {*Comment: This language is part of the Veeric language family.}

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Yqende

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

Nana ho hato mare hamba.

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández


Language: Zadu

Language constructed by: Chloe O

Translation {with notes}:

Ute eumth Hurümun deg uteu fenahi Ath psyvth.

Contributed by: Chloe O


Language: Žermjaňski

Language constructed by: Bernard Baker

Translation {with notes}:

Ą zajn lujče ųn ą zajn fon Erdji.

Contributed by: Bernard Baker


Language: Zhyler

Language constructed by: David J Peterson

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Žüðey Veskay}

Zixÿyat mexümeye ame Menyaþ mexümeye. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: David J Peterson


Language: Zissiten

Language constructed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

Translation {with notes}:

{*Script: Hevil}

Ca aica ná ze ca aica al Tera. {*Script: Roman}

Contributed by: J Diego Suárez Hernández

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