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YUPIK, KUIGPAQ ( YUPIK, CENTRAL, Central Alaskan Yupik, West Alaska Eskimo )

The Kuigpaq dialect of Yupik is spoken on the Alaska coast and inland along Yukon River.
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Atamtaa qilit qaingatelnguq
tamaaten tanqignaurtug atren elpet
tamaaten tutnaurtuq angayugaucin,
tamaaten piyunaurtuq picirkiucin,
nunam qaignani qilit qaingatelngucimitun.
Neqkamek nuuqekngamtenek cikirkut ernerpak,
cali pellugcellaqiki assiilnguput,
wangkuta pellugcilaucimcetun cangayugcetaartemtenek,
cali assiilngircetengnaqumallemteni assiilngircetaanrilkuk,
taugaam aviuskut iqlum tungiinek.
Amen.

This version is used in the Catholic Church liturgy.
Contributed by David Runfola - E-mail fsdmr@uaf.edu

Another version

Lord's Prayer

Source: Prayers and Hymns in the Kwikpagmiut-Kuskokwim dialect of the Yupik language (1896) - Molitvi i Pesnopenia na Kvihpaksko-Kuskokvimskom Narechie (1896)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

Sign of the Cross - Christ have mercy - Glory to you, Our God!

Lord's Prayer

Source: Prayers and Hymns in the Kwikpagmiut-Kuskokwim dialect of the Yupik language (1896) - Molitvi i Pesnopenia na Kvihpaksko-Kuskokvimskom Narechie (1896)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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