Posts marked with "manglish" in tags

Indic-En, a Browser Extension to Convert Indian Language Websites to English Script

This is certainly not an April Fool and doesn't involve a rickroll. :P 😝 Introducing Indic-En, a browser extension to convert websites in Indian languages (Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada) to Manglish, Hinglish & Kanglish. This is the first WebExtension that I've made. This extension will be useful for people who can understand the language, but can't read it (read the script). I've also made a similar Android app "Manglish" which does this, but only for the Malayalam language.... [READ MORE]

Varnam, An Editor To Easily Type Malayalam & Other Indian Languages

Today, I'm introducing Varnam Editor, an easy software for you to write Malayalam and other Indian languages. It is easily installable for GNU/Linux distros like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian, Archlinux etc. Technically, it's an editor for transliterating Indian languages. Varnam Editor uses an existing library called Varnam and makes it easy to install & use. Transliteration From Wikipedia : Transliteration is a type of conversion of a text from one script to another that involves swapping letters (thus trans- + liter-) in predictable ways (such as α → a, д → d, χ → ch, ն → n or æ → ae).... [READ MORE]

Manglish, a Malayalam to Manglish Converter Android App

I'm happy to announce a new Android app called "Manglish", it's an app to convert Malayalam text to Manglish. It's a GNU GPL v3 licensed completely free software app with no ads thanks to the donors. Kept it as light as possible. You can download & install it in many ways : Play Store F-Droid APK (1.5MB) Updates 2021 May: Version 7 released with new On Screen Button feature.... [READ MORE]

Curse Words

I have an interesting story of how I learnt & used a curse word. Myru In Malayalam, a main curse word is "myru" which translates to "pubic hair". In Tamil, it simply means "hair". You can just go to a barber shop and say "annaa, cut my myru", but in Malayalam this sentence is hilarious 🤣. When you refer the word to someone, it becomes "myre". It's like calling someone bro, but in the worst way possible :... [READ MORE]

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