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HAMTAI ( Hamde, Hamday, Kapau, Kamea, Watut )

Spoken by 45,000 people in Gulf Province, Kukipi District and in Morobe Province, Lae District, Papua New Guinea.
Gulf Province Language Map - Morobe Province Language Map - Organised Phonology Data
Linguistic Lineage for Hamtai
Language map of Papua New Guinea, Map 15, reference # 708
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Nai'ya Äpiko tiyä'äu qapmeängoe,
amä'ä aqonai nta ya'va na'a yamakäno.
Nti napn änga aqau nanämä pmätna.
Nta mänga tiyä'äunga qamtamaiyatonguwapä
qoä taunga nai ya'u ha'a mtamaiyäno.
Ita anuwana nätopä anuwana ha'a nätäptna.
Quy'va qanäi'uwa ym qamämanqopä
nti nai'ya quy'va ha'a ym mämautna.
Yanki'ya nhäiutu'na nanämä mu'wa itna.
Quy'va ymintä natmätna.
Nti Amä'ä No'oe nhainga,
yanga qunominqa nhainga,
ta wä hungoe nhainga,
qamqaminqainä qamqaminqainä pmätoe ti.
Tawata.

Source: "ÄPA-BUK.
A hymnal in the Hamtai language for the Lutheran Congregations in the Aseki, Upper Watut, and Kaintiba areas of the Morobe and Gulf Provinces in Papua New Guinea."
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

The Apostles' Creed

Apostles' Creed

Source: "ÄPA-BUK. A hymnal in the Hamtai language for the Lutheran Congregations in the Aseki, Upper Watut, and Kaintiba areas of the Morobe and Gulf Provinces in Papua New Guinea." Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl – E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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