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LONGGU ( LOGU )

Spoken by 1,894 people on the east coast of Guadalcanal Island, Solomon Islands
Linguistic Lineage for Longgu
Solomon Islands

MAMA i Lani,
Eabu na thatamu.
Ge laga main a iioamu.
Ge tanonama na naoamu i vua elivana i Lani.
Go vuwatea mai i nene na vana ge thadanana i nene.
Go nai vatau na molai palumami elivana i ami-ami nai vatau na molai paluda.
Gose lugataini ami tana tovotovo,
go ade ami vatau tana kilboa.
Namoa na vule, mana nanama,
mana lada, ge lae me lae. Amen.

Source: "Dictionary and Grammar of the Language of Saa and Ulawa, Solomon Islands" by Walter G. Ivens, M.A., Washington, 1918.
(The LORD'S PRAYER in Twenty-four Languages as used in the DIOCESE OF MELANESIA among the Islands of the South Pacific, pp. 155-156.) Printed at the Melanesian Mission Press, British Solomon Islands. 1926.
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