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i would like to be able to type an English word into a text field, hit enter and get a list of Romaji translations
i would also like to be able to type a Romaji word into a text field and get a list of possible English translations
does anyone know of such a translator?
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chopficaro wrote:i have scoured the web for years looking for a good Romaji translator and have not found one
Well, in those years you could have just taken the time to learn the kana. Why do you need a romaji translator?
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http://www.dicts.info/dictionary.php?l1 ... ese_romaji
It also goes from romaji to English.
But yeah, I concur with FurryKef, it'll been easier (and a lot better!) to simply learn hiragana and katakana and use a dictionary like http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi- ... dic.cgi?1C
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TJack wrote:But yeah, I concur with FurryKef, it'll been easier (and a lot better!) to simply learn hiragana and katakana and use a dictionary like http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/cgi- ... dic.cgi?1C
What's more, that server lets you put in ローマ字. You can tell it the key is in ローマ字 either by ticking the "Search using romanized Japanese" box, or by putting an "@" at the start of the key, e.g. "@seikou".
Make sure it's proper ワープロローマ字, i.e. "toukyou", not "tookyoo" or "tôkyô".
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