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ALGONQUIN ( Algonkin )

Spoken by 3,000 people in southwestern Quebeq, nortwest of Ottawa and the adjacent area of Ontario.
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Canada

           9     Apitc dac aiamieieg, mi oo8e ke ikido8eg:
                  Nidadaminan, 8ak8ig ka tean,
                  8egona kakina a8iag kitci8a8endag kidijinikazo8ini.
         10     8egona pijamagag kidogima8i8in. 
                  8egona iji8ebag ooma akikag eji nda8endaman,
                          tabickotc ka iji8ebag 8ak8ig.
        11     Mijicinam ogajigag midjim ke odji pimadiziag.
        12      Kasiamaocinam ka iji patadiag,
                  tabickotc acitc ka iji ponenimagid8a igi8e kagi madji todago8ag.
        13     Ka8in pagidenimi8eken kidji pakebinigo8ag,
                  8ack8ebinicinam dac madji manidokag. 
                  (Kin mega ka tibendaman ogima8i8in, macka8izi8in,
                        acitc icpendagozi8in, kagigekamig. Amen.)

Source: "Le Nouveau Testament en algonquin", published by the Canadian Biblical Society - ISBN0-88834-422-8
Translation done by the Wycliffe Society and a group of Algonquins from Pikogan, Québeq, Canada, including Major Kistabish abd France Mowatt.
Contributed by Claude Kistabish - E-mail claudek59@cableamos.com

Hail Mary!

Hail Mary

Source: "AVE MARIA in 404 lingue"
Ordine Equestro del San Sepolcro di Gerusalemme, Milano (1931).
Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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