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INUIT ( Inuktitut, Eastern Canadian Eskimo, Eastern Arctic Eskimo )

Spoken by 14,000 people in Quebec and Labrador and on Baffin Island, Canada.
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Source: "TESTAMENTITAK Tamadja Nalegapta Piulijipta JESUSIB KRISTUSIB. Apostelingitalo Piniarningit Ajokertusingillo."
The New Testament in Eskimo:Labrador (1952)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version



Source: "The Sermon on the Mount" in Eastern Arctic Eskimo, 1981.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

Attatavut killangmetotit,
akkit usorolirsuk;
nallegaueet aggerle.
Pekkurset killangme nuuametog tamaikile;
tuunisigut ullume nekiksautivnik.
Pissaraunatnlo akeetsorauta,
pissengilaguttog akeetsortivut.
Ursennartomut pisitsarauneta;
annatigulle ajortomit.
Amen.

Contributed by Andrea De Vecchi - E-mail Andrea_De_Vecchi@rcm.inet.it

Another version in Alaska script

The Alaska script was created by Charley Krerruertsaun around 1909 in Quigillingoq (near Kuskokvim Bay, west coast of Alaska)

Part 1: The Lord's Prayer in ideographs
Part 2: The Lord's Prayer with transcription and German literal translation.



Source: Alfred Schmitt "Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Schrift", Band I Abbildungen, Band II Text, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1981
ISBN 3-447-02162-4
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version in Isaak script

A syllabary created by Isaak (also known as "Kiatuak" by his Inuit name) around 1909 in Quigilingoq, west coast of Alaska

Part 1: Lord's Prayer in Isaak's Script
Part 2 - 4: LP in phonetics, transcription and German literal translation




Source: Alfred Schmitt "Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der Schrift", Band I Abbildungen, Band II Text, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1981
ISBN 3-447-02162-4
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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