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Fun Translations APIs (4)
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| Fun Translations Name Generation||This API enables users to generate lots of different types of (fantasy, pet, place, user names etc.) names. Literally thousands and thousands of names available to you with a simple REST call. Fun...||Entertainment||08.12.2019|
| Fun Translations Shakespeare Translator||The Fun Translations Shakespeare API provides access to a shakespeare translator that programmatically converts text to integrate into your website or applications. It converts text to the invented...||Entertainment||02.09.2019|
| Dothraki Translator||The Dothraki Translator API allows developers to translate between English and the Dothraki language from Game of Thrones. The public version of the API limits users to 5 calls per hour. The Dothraki...||Language||07.14.2016|
| Fun Translations||The Fun Translations API accepts a body of text and translates it into fun themed responses. The simple JSON API can be accessed to programmatically convert text using the Yoda speak generator,...||Entertainment||12.01.2014|
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