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PIPIL ( Nahuat, Nawat )

A nearly extinct language spoken by 20 people in Municipio of Dolores, Ocotepeque Department, near El Salvador border. Extinct in Honduras.
Linguistic Lineage for Pipil
El Salvador

Ken nemi pal tiknutzat ne Tiut

  9 Yajika, ijkini shiktajtanikan ne Tiut:

  "Tuteku ka ikajku,
ma inakan ka wey mutukay,
10 ma wiki mutatekimakalis,
ma muchiwa mutaelewilis,
ken tik ilwikak, nusan tik ne tal;
11 shitechmaka tik ini tunal tutamal pal timutekipanuat;
12 wan shitechishtili tujajjaranaj
ken tejemet nusan tikelkawat tay techwikiliat;
13 wan maka shikajkawa ma techejekukan,
wan shitechishti itech ne inteyek."

Source: La Biblia en Nahuat, the Bible in Nawat, an American Indian language spoken by the Pipil people who live in El Salvador, Central America.
http://nebibliaj.org/english.php - http://nebibliaj.org/samples.php.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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