Moparopyop hopadop a lopitoptoplope lopamopbop. That means “Mary had a little lamb” in the secret language of Opish. Have you ever thought of using a language all your own? How about Double-Dutch, Na, or Skimono Jive? If you speak a secret language, no one will understand a word you say (until you tell them how it's done). Sound like fun? Try it! We've used “Mary had a little lamb” for each example.
|b - bub||k - kuk||s - sus|
|c - cash||l - lul||t - tut|
|d - dud||m - mum||v - vuv|
|f - fuf||n - nun||w - wash|
|g - gug||p - pub||x - xux|
|h - hutch||q - quack||y - yub|
|j - jug||r - rug||z - zub|
Vowels are pronounced normally, but consonants become syllables.
Example: Mumarugyub hutchadud a lulituttutlulelulamumbub.
This secret language is used mostly in England. Add “egg” before each vowel.
Example: Meggary heggad egga leggittle leggamb.
Add “gree” to the end of every word.
Example: Marygree hadgree agree littlegree lambgree.
Add “na” to the end of every word.
Example: Maryna hadna ana littlena lambna.
This is the most popular and well-known secret language. Move the first letter to the end of the word and add “ay” to it.
Example: Arymay adhay aay ittlelay amblay.
Add “sk” to the beginning of every word.
Example: Skmary skhad ska sklittle sklamb.
|Foreign Words and Phrases||Speaking of Language||Making Wishes|