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GEORGIAN ( Kartuli, Gruzin )

Spoken by 4,000,000 people in Georgia.
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Another version

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: "Das Gebet des Herrn in den Sprachen Russlands" ("The Lord's Prayer in the languages of Russia"), St. Petersburg, 1870.
Contributed by Harri Mürk - E-mail hmurk@chass.utoronto.ca

The traditional church version

Liturgical Prayer

Source: "Das Gebet des Herrn in den Sprachen Russlands" ("The Lord's Prayer in the languages of Russia"), St. Petersburg, 1870.
Contributed by Harri Mürk - E-mail hmurk@chass.utoronto.ca

Another version in Khutsuri and Mkhedruli scripts

The Georgian alphabet known as Mkhedruli (from mxedari "warrior") is used for writing the Modern Georgian literary language.
The old script of the 5th to 11th centuries A.D. is called Khutsuri (church script or priests' script).

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: Karl Faulmann "Illustrirte Geschichte der Schrift" - Wien 1880
"Illustrated History of Writing" - Vienna 1880
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

An interlinear version in Khutsuri and Mkhedruli scripts

1st line: Khutsuri script (also known as church or priests' script).
2nd line Mkhedruli (warrior script).

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: Karl Faulmann "Illustrirte Geschichte der Schrift" - Wien 1880
"Illustrated History of Writing" - Vienna 1880
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.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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