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KARELIAN ( Karely, Karelian Proper, Northern Karelian, Severno-Karelskij )

Spoken in by 118,000 people in Karelia and Finland.
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Tuatton ! Pyhitettävä olkah siun nimes,
tulkah siun valtakuntas !
Anna meilä päivästä päiväh jokapäiväni leipä
ta prosti meilä miän riähät,
sentäh kun myöki prostimma jokahista,
ken on meilä velassa.
Eläkä suata meitä kiusaukseh.

Source: "JEVANHELI LUKAN KIRJUTTAMANA" - The Gospel according to Luke in Northern Karelian dialect.
Institute for Bible Translation Helsinki - Stockholm (1999)
ISBN 91-89122-09-7
ISBN 952-9790-54-6
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com
and Aleksandr Ermanov - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

9. Sendäh moliettokseh nenga:
- Tuatto meijän taivahalline !
Olgah pühännü Sinun nimi.
10. Tulgah Sinun valdu.
Roikkah Sinun tahto
kui taivahas, mugai mual.
11. Anna meile tänäpäi
meijän jogapäiväine leibü.
12. Prosti meile meijän vellat,
kui müö prostimmo niilöile,
ket ollah meile vellas.
13. Älä vie meidü muanitukseh,
a piästä meidü pahas.
(Sinunhäi on valdu, vägi da kunnivo ilmazen ijän.
Amin’ !)

Source: “Uuzi Sana livvikse. Uusi testamentti livviksi (aunuksenkarjalaksi)” - The New Testament in the Karelian (Olonets) language (2003)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: "Children's Bible in Karelian"
Institute for Bible Translation Stockholm-Helsinki (1995)
ISBN 91-88394-91-3
ISBN 952-2790-22-8
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version - 1905

Lord's Prayer

Source: "The LORD'S PRAYER in Five Hundred Languages comprising the leading languages and their principal dialects throughout the world with the places where spoken - with a preface by Reinhold Rost, C.I.E, LL.D., PH.D.", Gilbert & Rivington Limited, London, 1905.

A southern dialect version - 1905

Lord's Prayer

Source: "The LORD'S PRAYER in Five Hundred Languages comprising the leading languages and their principal dialects throughout the world with the places where spoken - with a preface by Reinhold Rost, C.I.E, LL.D., PH.D.", Gilbert & Rivington Limited, London, 1905.

Another version - 1883

Lord's Prayer

Source: "THE LORD'S PRAYER In Many Tongues, containing all the principal languages spoken in Europe, Asia, Africa and America.", Henry Blacklock &Co., London, 1883.

Another version - 1870

Lord's Prayer

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

Another version - 1869

Lord's Prayer

Source: S. Apostolides "Our Lord's prayer in one hundred different languages", London, 1869.

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