The English Hymmnoserver’s origin, its primary live implementation, may be accessed at http://hymmnoserver.uguu.ca/, with its primary mirror at http://hamsterx.homelinux.org/hymmnoserver/. Go on and check it out!
Maturity and scope
HYMMNOSERVER currently offers an extensive index of words in the Hymmnos language, in both the standard and Pastalia dialect-families, with methods to search in Hymmnos, English, or phonetic Japanese (kana). It is usable as a tool to assist in translating entire phrases from Hymmnos into English, by streamlining the lookup process, providing additional information on demand, and offering a reasonably robust syntax-processing validator and structure-introspector:
- xU rre urgn zz tUkd ut LYAglansee targue rre qejyu zUzx ag tUnza vUt dn balduo sefanl/.
- xN rre Rhaplanca y.y.eh 1001 Atitia_qejyu, en harr w.n.s. anw ouvyu sechel sev maen olo/.
- xU rre rhaplanca hLYEmYAmArU enw raklya en yLYEzAtU, jLYEwA dejuy en arhou tes 1001 Implanta/.
- s.l.y. yor sev x. rre yorr g.v.w. en x.y.n., ag a.u.k. zess x.y.n. mea/.
- Hyear! Ma num ra gyusya yorr dewee won clamour yor en chess won vinan jambea mea
- Fou yea ra waath ar ciel, en hymme mea, weel nepo en keen ar sar
- xO rre mLYOtOyOyO giz en raklya yanje wOsLYI du giz hLYImLYUmOrO a.u.k. zess quesa/.
Additionally, it provides comprehensive documentation of the language’s history and a detailed introduction to the basic premise behind how sentences are written and read.
Hymmnoserver’s source is hosted on Google Code, http://code.google.com/p/hymmnoserver/, which is where you should go if you want to report a problem, contribute to development, translate it into your language, or set up a mirror of your own.
It’s also where you can check for any upcoming developments that you may have missed at uguu.ca.
If you like the Hymmnoserver, let us know — developers love hearing from users, even if we don’t always show it.