Chibemba

Chibemba is a language from Zimbabwe and Zambia.

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Danish

Danish is the language of Denmark.

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Ethiopic

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Greek

Here's another version that the Orthodox Church uses:
Θεοτόκε Παρθένε, χαῖρε, κεχαριτωμένη Μαρία,
ὁ Κύριος μετὰ σοῦ. εὐλογημένη σὺ ἐν γυναιξί,
καὶ εὐλογημένος ὁ καρπὸς τῆς κοιλίας σου,
ὅτι Σωτήρα ἔτεκες τῶν ψυχῶν ἡμῶν.

This translates a little differently as well:
Mother of God and Virgin, rejoice, Mary full of grace,
the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, for thou hast given birth to the Saviour of our souls.

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Hungarian

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Apache Indian

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Armenian

Armenian is a language from Asia.

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Assiniboin Indian

Assiniboin Indian is a Native American language from the modern day region of Montana, U.S.A..

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Assyrian

Assyrian is a language from the Ancient Assyrian Empire.

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Atsi

Atsi is a language from India.

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Aztec

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Baledha

Baledha is a language from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Basque

Basque is a language from Biscay, a region contiguous to France and Spain.

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Bemba

Nakuchelela Maria,
we wafulisha inema,
Lesa aba nobe.
Walisenaminwa pa banakashi bonse na Yesu umwana wafyele nao alisenaminwa.
Maria mutakatifu we nyina wa kwa Lesa,
uletulombelako fweba masambi bonse nanobaline no mwaka wakufwa kwesu.
Amen.

Bemba is a language spoken in Zambia.

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Bengali

Bengali is a language from Bengal, India.

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Bicol

Bicol is a language from the Philippine Islands.

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Blackfoot Indian

Blackfoot Indian is a Native American language from the Missouri Valley of the U.S.A..

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Bontoc

Bontoc is a language from the Philippine Islands.

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Botative

Botative is a language from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Kikongo

Kikongo is a language from Congo.

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Kimbulu

Kimbulu is a language of Tanzania.

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Samoan

Samoan is a language from the Samoa Islands.

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Chichangane

Chichangane is a language from Mozambique.

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Chimanyika

Chimanyika is a language from Zimbabwe.

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Chixope

Chixope is a language from Mozambique.

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Burmese

Burmese is the language of country Burma.

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Breton

Breton is the language of Brittany, France.

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Carib

Carib is the language of Honduras.

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Chamorro

Chamorro is a language from the Island of Guam.

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Chiriguano

Chiriguano is a language from Bolivia.

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Kiyombe

Kiyombe is a language from Zambia.

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Konkani

Konkani is a language from India.

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Kootenai Indian

Kootenai Indian is a Native American tribe from Montana, Idaho.

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Latuxo

Latuxo is an Anglo-Egyptian language from Sudan.

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Lingala

Lingala is a language from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Malagasy

Malagasy is a language from Madagascar.

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Malayalam

Malayalam is a language from Malabar, India.

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Maltese

Sliema ghalik, Marija,
bil-grazzja mimlija.
Il-Mulej mieghek,
imbierka inti fost in-nisa,
u mbierek il-frott tal-guf
tieghek Gesu.

Qaddisa Marija, Omm
Alla, itlob ghalina
midinbin issa u fis-siegha
tal-mewt taghna, Amen

Maltese is a language from the Island of Malta.

Source: http://www.maltachurch.org.mt  per Alphonse M. Grech and Lawrence Farrugia

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 Mandinka

Mariama Nye Konton
N'gala ye Douah Backay
N'gala be aningh iteh
N'gala ye douah mousso be ti
A ye Kono la Dingho, Jesus, douah Backe
Mousso Ba Mariama,
N'gala baama, Salo ke Sinhe
Untolhu kun,
Aningh ningh faata
Amin

From the Mandinka Kabunka dialect of Southern Senegal and Guinea Bissau, West Africa

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Navajo Indian

Navajo Indian is a Native American tribe from regions located in Arizona and New Mexico.

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Quechwa

Quechwa is a language from Peru in South America.

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Chungwe

Chungwe is a language from Matabeleland, Zimbabwe.

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Chinyanja

Chinyanja is a language from Malawi.

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Nyakyusa

Nyakyusa is a language from Tanzania.

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Coptic

Coptic is a liturgical language from Egypt.

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Cree Indian

Cree Indian is a Native American language from the Hudson Bay region of Canada.

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Crow Indian

Crow Indian is a Native American language from the modern day region of Montana, U.S.A.

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Czech

Czech is a West Slavic language spoken by about 10,004,800 in the Czech Republic as of 1990, as well as by 1,452,812 in the USA (1970 census); 27,780 in Canada (1971 census); 21,000 in Ukraine (1970 census); 9,000 in Bulgaria; with sizeable numbers in Poland, Austria, Slovakia, and Slovenia, for a total of 12,000,000 in all countries. Together with Slovak, it was an official language of the state of Czechoslovakia from 1919 until 1992. With a long literary tradition, the Czech language experienced a period of decline following the defeat of Protestantism in the Bohemia/Moravia region following the Thirty Years' War, at which time Germany assumed a dominant position in the area. As part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, place names in the Czech region were mainly German (eg, Prag (Praha) and Pilsen (Plzen). The Czech language enjoyed a renewal during the 19th century. All Czech and Slovak dialects are mutually intelligible.
Lee WR and LEE Z, Teach Yourself Czech, Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., New York, 1984.

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Dakota Indian

Dakota Indian is a Native American language from the Mississippi Valley of the United States.

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Eskimo

Eskimo is a language from Alaska and Arctic regions.

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Lithuania

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Highland Scots-Gaelic (Gidhlig)

Filte dhut a Mhoire
tha thu lan de na grsan;
Tha an Tighearna maille riut.
Is beannaichte thu am measg nam mn,
agus is beannaichte toradh do bhronn, Iosa.
A Naoimh Mhoire, 'Mhathair Dh
guidh air ar son ne na peachaich a nis
agus aig uair ar bis
Amen

Hear this Hail Mary

           Lords's Prayer
            URNUIGH AN TIGHEARNA

Ar n-Athair a tha air namh:
gu naomhaichear d'ainm.
Thigeadh do rioghachd.
Deanar do thoil air an talamh, mar a nithear air namh.
Tabhair dhuinn an diugh ar n'aran laitheil, agus maith dhuinn ar fiachan,
amhuil mar a mhaitheas sinne d'ar luchd-fiach.
Agus na leig am buaireadh sinn, ach saor sinn o olc.
Oir is leatsa an roghachd, agus an cumhachd, agus a'ghlir,
gu sorruidh.  Amen.

Gidhlig is close to Irish Gaelic and is officially recognized as the oldest language spoken in Scotland. 

Source: Mcheal Rob MacPhdruig


Bernadetta Soubirous


 

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