3.0 Pali to English Translation

Here’s something I thought I’d never do… but then yesterday I found a way to recognize Pali verb forms for a new quiz, so it was only a short jump to the next step, a full translation service.

Mind you, it’s a pretty basic service, and only really works with textbook sentences. It seems to do okay with the various cases, though I still have to plug in all the variants. For example, the following sentence:

dhammikā upāsakā pāpakehi manussehi mā carantu

gives the translation:

Righteous lay devotees should not walk about with wicked human beings!

Which is pretty impressive, I think.

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