“A kind word is like a spring day.”
Originally, Morse code represented characters by combinations of two impulses: "long" and "short", which could materialize as sound, light or gesture signals. When these two impulses are transcribed into text, they are replaced by two symbols. The "long" ones look like dashes and the "short" ones like dots.
It is this literal transcription that allows us to transpose the code into combinations of beads. Three beads for a long one and only one for a short one. Within each letter, when there are several symbols, they are separated by a gold or silver-coloured bead depending on the chosen finish.
For example, the "b", which is transcribed "−···" will become
An ivory-coloured bead spaces each letter. For example, "abc", which is transcribed as "·− −··· −·−·" will become
Maintenant que le code Morse n'a plus aucun secret pour vous, à vous de jouer ! Essayez de décoder le message secret qui vous a été offert à l'aide de l'alphabet ci-dessous. Vous pouvez aussi utiliser notre décodeur, en remplaçant les "longues" par un tiret " - " et les courtes par un point " . ".
Now that Morse code has no secrets for you, it's up to you! Try to decode the secret message that has been offered to you using the alphabet below. You can also use our decoder, replacing the "long" with a dash " - " and the short ones with a dot " . ".
Don't forget to separate each letter with a space, otherwise our decoder may play tricks on you :-)
Decode my secret message
The code consists only of ' . ', ' - ' and spaces.
A letter in Morse code cannot be longer than 5 characters.