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ULAWA ( S'aa, Saa )

A dialect of S'aa spoken by 3,304 people on Ulawa Island, Solomon Islands
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AMAMAMI ile ileni,
Na Satamu muni e maea.
Na Alahana ioe muni e lae mai.
Na moola na saemu ani ne muni kire taui oto,
iano ilehu mala oto ileni.
O ta mai siiri muniami mai naulaa e haidadana ana siiri.
Na O sae asia na mai roroana iami,
mala iami noone a sae asia na mai roroana
ikira na maile ea haaroroaira muniami.
Na o suuri tole iami munia na malaohonamami,
o haauriami maania a laa ni orahaa.
Ana o tooana na alahana,
na na nauamana na na manikuluana
na esie aopa oto oo. 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.
http://anglicanhistory.org/oceania/lords_prayer1926.html
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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.

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