Tool to translate Pig Latin, an Anglo-Saxon slang similar to French Louchébem, adding the syllable 'ay' at the end of words.
Pig Latin - dCode
Tag(s) : Steganography
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Pig-Latin is the name given to a slang of Anglo-Saxon origin, somewhat related to French Louchébem, modifying the words by adding a final syllable: generally ay.
Pig Latin modifies words by applying 2 rules:
- If the word starts with a vowel, add a hay, way or yay at the end of the word
Example: ENCODER becomes ENCODER-WAY
- if the word begins with one or more consonants, move the consonant (s) to the end of the word, and add ay.
Example: SLANG becomes ANG-SLAY
dCode does not apply a rule for words less than 3 letters.
The decryption of Pig Latin consists of finding the original words of the text by getting rid of the suffix -AY and possibly repositioning the consonants at the beginning of the word:
Example: IG-PAY devient PIG
The message contains strange words that end in AY.