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JIVARO ( SHUAR, Xivaro, Jibaro, Chiwaro, Shuara )

Spoken by 47,000 people in the southeastern jungle, Morona-Santiago Province, Ecuador.
Linguistic Lineage for Shuar
Ecuador

6:9 Nu asamtai Yus áujkuram Júnis Títiniaitrume:
'Aparu Yus, nayaimpiniam pujamna nu, ii Aparínme.
Ame Náarmincha shuar ántar pachischarti.

6.10 Ashí aentsnum ame akupkatin tsawantrum wari jeati. Ame wakeramuram nayaimpiniam umikma ana Núnisan ju nunkanmasha Uminkiatí.
6.11 Aparu, ii yurumkari Ashí tsawant amasta.
6:12 Tura winia nemasrun tsankurajna Núnismek,
Aparu, winia tunaaru tumashrisha tsankurturta.
6:13 Tunáa wakeruktin tsankatrukaip.
Antsu Ashí tunaanumia uwemtikrurta.
Tuke Ashí aents akupkamniaitme.
Núnisam Amesha tuke ti kakarmaitme.
Tura ti Shíiraitme. Tuma asakmin seajme.
Nuke Atí.'

Source: New Testament in Shuar of Ecuador (1982)
Contributed by Pat Goltz - E-mail pgoltz@nexiliscom.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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