Convert between Plains Cree SRO and syllabics
Plains Cree Orthography
Convert between nêhiyawêwin/ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ (Plains Cree Y-dialect) Standard Roman Orthography (SRO) and Canadian Aboriginal syllabics!
pip install crk_orthography
As a Python module
Convert SRO to syllabics:
>>> from crk_orthography import sro2syllabics >>> sro2syllabics('nêhiyawêwin') 'ᓀᐦᔭᐍᐏᐣ' >>> sro2syllabics('write nêhiyawêwin') 'write ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ'
Convert syllabics to SRO:
>>> from crk_orthography import syllabics2sro >>> syllabics2sro('ᐊᒋᒧᓯᐢ') 'acimosis' >>> syllabics2sro(' → ᒪᐢᑫᑯᓯᕽ ᑎᕒᐁᕀᓬ ') ' → maskêkosihk tireyl '
On the command line
Once installed as a Python module, you can invoke its command line mode
python3 -m crk_orthography. When invoked this way, it
converts each line of input from SRO to syllabics.
$ echo "minôs" | python3 -m crk_orthography ᒥᓅᐢ
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