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MONGOLIAN, HALH ( Halh, Khalkha Mongolian, Mongol, Central Mongolian )

Spoken by 2,329,000 people in Mongolia. Also spoken in Kyrgyzstan and Siberia (Russia).
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Lord's Prayer

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

Another version

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: "Shine Goree" ("The New Testament in Mongolian"), Hong Kong, 1990.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

Lord's Prayer
Lord's Prayer

Source: The New Testament in Mongolian language, Ulanbaatar, 1998.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: The New Testament in Mongolian language, Ulanbaatar, 1996.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: The New Testament in Mongolian and English languages, Recovery Version, Ulanbaatar.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

Lord's Prayer

NOTE: The Mongols living in the Mongolian People's Republic have used the Cyrillic alphabet with additonal letters since 1941. The Old Mongolian alphabet had been used before 1941. The alphabet ascends to the Old Uighur script on the basis of which the new alphabet was established and is accepted now in the Autonomous Area Inner Mongolia.
Above version of the Lord's Prayer is written in the Mongolian script used in Inner Mongolia (a part of the People's Republic of China).

Source: Mongolian New Testament (1988), ISBN 962-293-152-9
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: "Help from Above" in Old Mongolian, World Missionary Press, New Paris, Indiana, USA.
Contributed by Aleksandr Ermanov, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia - E-mail ermanov@donpac.ru

Another version

Lord's Prayer

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

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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