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S'AA ( Saa, South Malaita, Apae'aa )

Spoken by 11,519 people in South Malaita Island, Ulawa Island, Three Sisters Islands, Solomon Islands
Linguistic Lineage for S'aa
Solomon Islands

MAMAA ileni,
Satamu ke maai.
Alahana ioe ke lae mai.
Muola saemu eni deuleni qaolani ke lae oto,
iano ileu mala oto ileni.
Da mai siiri huniemi mui neula ke adona siiri.
Na oke sae asie huniemi mui roroana iemi,
mala iemi noone ko sae asie mui roroana ikire na munini ko haaroroaire huniemi.
Na mane o toliasi iemi hunie malaahonamami,
oke si haauriemi maania orahaala.
Ana o tooana alahana,
na nanamana na manikuluana,
oto di oto di. 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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