The Philippines

IBATAN ( Babuyan, Ibataan, Ivatan )

Spoken by 1,400 people on Babuyan Island, north of Luzon, Philippines.
Linguistic Lineage for Ibatan
The Philippines


Tiya o palialitan nio an machahoahok kamo:

'Ama namen a mian do hanyit,
aniven o ngaran mo.
Mangay diamen o paypatolan mo as kapakatongtong pa no ichakey
mo diamen do tana aya akma so kawnot dia do hanyit.
Itoroh mo pa o ichaviay namen do sicharaw aya,
as kapakabo mo pa so gatos namen akma so
kapakabo namen dira do makagatos diamen.
Pavawahen mo pa yamen do katentasionan
diamen kan do atavo a marahet.
(Ta imo o maypatol a mian so ipakapamarin a abo so pandan. Amen.)'

Source: "NO VAYO A TESTAMENTO"
The New Testament in Ivatan (1984)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

9. Dawa, an maydasal kamo, komwan batahen nyo:

’Amang namen do hanyit,
madaydayaw iyaw masantwan a ngaran mo.
10. Mangay pakono kapagtoray mo,
as kan maparin pakono chakey mod
tanaya a akmas kaparin nad hanyit.
11. Torohan mo pa yamen so
kanen namen do kararaw,
12. as kan pakawanen mo yamen
do naygatosan namen dyimo a akmas
kapangpakawan namen siras nakagatos dyamen.
13. Palobosan mwaba yamen a masday do pakasolisogan,
basbali a paditchanen mo yamen do marahet!’

Source: " CHIRIN NI APO DYOS (No Bayo A Tolag Kan Genesis)"
The New Testament and Genesis in Ibatan and Ilokano (1996)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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