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FAIWOL ( Faiwolmin, Fegolmin, Angkiyakmin, Wokeimin )

Spoken by 4,500 people in the Western Province, Tabubil District, at the headwaters of the Fly and Palmer rivers, Papua New Guinea.
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9. Kale bela kana kana bom suk suk lawodaw ko:

Num Natim abid tikin kaiyak kaba,
Kam win ayo atin abem kaiyo nuka
adikum kalfakamum kala.

10. Kami kasak gu uyo kudalaw taduk kala,
kami aket fukanin abid tikin kanabaw
taw uyo madak bakan dim kadak so kanodal kala,

11. kaba kamano am danamin teinuw ayo num
imin iwa bu uyo kuyamalo.

12. Kaba num ban kemin uyo lukuwa kudayamal
kala watawo kaleyo bá, nukul kano yak adikum
im ban keyamsiw uyo nukul lukuwa kudayam suwduw ko.

13. Kaleyo Got kaba imadalaw bá yak aket takamin
tem bo unoduw kala kawta Mafakim ami kail bá
takakuyamal kala, kaleyo kam kasak gu so kitid
so win dukum so kanom sun bakabu ko.
Num wen ki kale afan ko.

Source: “Matiyu“. The Gospel According to Matthew in the Faiwol Language (1988).
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl – E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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