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POLABIAN

An extinct West Slavic language spoken until the first decades of the eighteenth century in an area west of Elbe (Laba 'Elbe') in the Lüneburg Wendland north of Salzwedel, comprising several vilages along the Jeetze river. The Wends, as the Polabians called themselves, were concentrated in a strech of country known as Drawähn (Germany).
Linguistic Lineage for Polabian
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Lord's Prayer

Source: "A Panorama of Indo-European Languages" by W.B. Lockwood, M.A., D. Litt. - London 1972
Contributed by Harold Lush - E-mail rom@netnitco.net and Peter Jessen, M.A. of Slavic Languages - E-mail balticpress@get2net.dk

Another version

Nos Fader, t ti jis v nbiai, sjt vrd tji jaim.
Tj rik kom.
Tj vi int, kok v nbiai, tok kk no zim.
Nosj vsdanesn saib doj-nm dans.
Un vitdoj-nm nos grex, kk moi vitdojim nosm gresnrm.
Un ni brinoj nos k farsko, ti lzoj nos vit vsokg x'audg.
Amen.

Contributed by Libor Sztemon - E-mail sztemon@volny.cz

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