Akan

Akan, Asante
Mo, Mary, с dom ahyє
Wo ma, Awurade kã wo
Hõ; wcahyira wo mbaa mu,
Na wcahyira, wo yahfunba,
Diweєs.
Mary kronkron, Nyan-
Kopcn, ne na, bc mpae ma,
Yєn ndebcneyєfo sesi ne
Yєn wu-dcnhwere mu.
Єnyє hc

Source: "AVE MARIA in 404 lingue"
Ordine Equestro del San Sepolcro di Gerusalemme, Milano (1931).
Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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Arabic Hail Mary

Arabic Hail Mary
2issalaam
Salaam 2iliké ya Mariam
Ya miliané ni3mé, 2alla ma3ik,
El baraké inté baiyn el sittat
Wo el baraké lal kahili2 min batnik,
Seedna yasoo3 el masee7,
Ya mar Mariam, ya 2im 2alla,
Salleena ni7na yallé mnukhté;
Hall2 wo bas ma niji nmoot.

Source: the Lord’s Prayer and http://phoenicia.org

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Asiq

MAGHIMAYA KA MARIA

Maghimaya ka, Maria,
Nak puno ka it grasya
Ang aton nga ginuong Dios
Hay hina sa imo
Ingdadayaw kang labi sa tanan nak mga kabadi
Ag ingdadayaw ra ang imo anak nga si Hesus.

Santa Maria, nanay it Dios
Irasay nimo kami nga mga makasasala
Ngasing kag sa oras it amu kamatayon.
Amen.

Source: Contributed by Father Jaime Manolo Alto-Punzalan from the Diocese of Romblon and Elly Tavarro - E-mail tesel@deltanet.com

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Aztec

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Nahuatl de la Sierra
Hail Mary Ximopaquilti Maria,
teh titemictoc ica mahuiztic.
In Toteco yetoc mohuan.
Tateochihual tehuatizin intech nochin cihuatzitizin.
Tateochihual in Tapoxhuil den moihtic, Jesús.
Yectictitzin Maria, inan Dios ximotatauhti
Totechcopa in tahtacolhuanime
Axcan huan tomiquiliztempan.
Ma ichon mochihua.

 


Bakoko

Bakoko

(Cameroon)

Matama wa a Maria,
O yahè la grassia
Nyon Essanè alè la wa.
Wa lomblè at'a bondira la Yesus epuma e libum djo ya lomblè.

A Maria Mpuan, Nyanè'Ololomè
yaglé bèhè ba bon mibé vono la etjeg yaha i nyemb.
Amen!

Source: Contributed by Rev. Fr. Gabriel Michel BINYE, Roman Catholic Priest - E-mail binyem@hotmail.com

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Bataktoba

Sattabie alé, Maria,
Nagok dohot sangab Debata
Dohotmoe, sangabmoe
Tian saloehoet halok boeroe
Dohot sangabhoe matinoeboe, Jesus.
Alé kadisa Maria,
Inang Debata mangidoma
Tabas, alah hami halak
Namar dosa on, oedjoe
Noemaengoen nadi toh namie. Djaloh.

BATAK TOBA ( Toba Batak, Batta )
Spoken by 2,000,000 people on Samosir Island and east, south and west of Toba Lake in north Sumatra, Indonesia.
Linguistic Lineage for Batak Toba
Indonesia

Source : Source: "AVE MARIA in 404 lingue"
Ordine Equestro del San Sepolcro di Gerusalemme, Milano (1931).
Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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Bayerisch

Ave Maria!
G'griaßt seist du Maria volla Gnad,
da Herr is mit dia,
du bist gebenedeit unta de Fraun
und gebenedeit is de Frucht vo deim Leib Jesu.
Heilige Maria Mutter Guttes, bitte füa uns Sünda
jetz und in da Stund vo unsam Dod !
Amen.

Salve Regima!
Sei g'griaßt, o Kenigin,
Muadda da Bamheazigkeit;
unsa Lehm, unsa Wonn,
und unsa Hoffnung sei g'griaßt!
Zu dia ruaf ma mia vabannte Kinda Evas;
zu dir himpazz maÂ
trauand und woanad im Tal der Tränen.
Woi dannad, unsare Füasprecharin,
wendt deine bamheazign Aung uns zua
und nach dem Elend zoag uns Jesus,
de gebenedeite Frucht vo deim Leib!
O giatige, o muide, o siasse Jungfrau Maria.

BAYERISCH, SOUTH-EASTERN ( Bairisch, Bavarian)
A Bavarian dialect spoken in and around München, Bavaria, Germany.
Linguistic Lineage for Bayerisch
Map of German Dialects - Germany

Contributed by Andreas Reichel - Email webmaster@reichel-orbital.de

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Binukid

Iyan haini paagi hu pag-ampù

'Amay day diyan ta langit,
tahuren gayed sa ngaran nu.
Harii kay ikaw daw sa pagbayà
nu iyan matuman dini ta kalibutan iling daan diyan ta langit.
Ilahi kay iman hu kalan-enen.
Pasayluwa kay hu mga salà day
ta pinasaylu day daan sa nakasalà dini ta kanay.
Ipadiyù kay ikaw hu panulay daw buligi
kay ikaw ta daw harì kay madaeg hi Satanas.'

BINUKID ( Binukid Manobo, Binokid, Bukidnon )
Spoken by 1000,000 people in north central Mindanao, southern Bukidnon, northeastern Cotabato, Agusan del Sur, Philippines.
Linguistic Lineage for Binukid
The Philippines.

Source: "LALANG HU DIOS" The New Testament in Binukid (1984)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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Brazilian

Avé Maria, cheia de graça,
o Senhor é convosco.
Bendita sois vós entre as mulheres;
bendito é o fruto do vosso ventre, Jesus.
Santa Maria, mãe de Deus,
rogai por nós, pecadores,
agora e na hora da nossa morte. Amen.

Contributed by Father Aquinas Duffy - E-mail fcarey@indigo.ie

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Bron

Clarencia te fique Xoves, María,
arbellada de clarencia,
el Manate tróbase con toi,
xiramen chantada tróbaste entre totis las painas
y xiramen chantado Jesús, el Fillumo de toi.

Xovina María, Meira de Xoves,
interliza por totis las culpifelas de nosautros,
aquibis y en la horipela de la arroñantona.
Icho fique. 


BRON ( Buron, Broun )
An argot spoken by itinerant coppersmiths and fabric merchants in Miranda de Avilés
(Principality of Asturias, Spain), Fornela (León, Spain) and Auvergne, France.
Linguistic Lineage for Spanish
Map of Spain - Spain

Contributed by José Manuel from Parroquia Santo Domingo de Miranda, Avilés, Principado de Asturias - E-mail miranda@mrserver.mrbit.es

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Bulgarian

Catholic text translated in Bulgarian language (Cyrillic alphabet)

Source: Provided by Gary and Nadya Gabriel



Old Orthodox Version in Bulgarian language (Cyrillic Alphabet)

As published on pravoslavieto.com

Source: Provided by Gary and Nadya Gabriel

Notes about Bulgarian language and Cyrillic alphabet:

Bulgarian language is a Slavic language using Cyrillic alphabet.  The Cyrillic alphabet or azbuka is an alphabetic writing system developed in the First Bulgarian Empire during the 10th century AD at the Preslav Literary School.  The First Bulgarian Empire, at the height of its power, was spread between Budapest and the Black Sea and from the Dnieper River in modern Ukraine to the Adriatic Sea.  All East and most of South Slavic languages; all indigenous languages of Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Mongolia are using Cyrillic Alphabet.  List with languages that have been written in the Cyrillic alphabet at one time or another includes:  Indo-European languages, Languages of the Caucasus Sino-Tibetan languages, Chukotko-Kamchatkan languages, Mongolian languages, Tungusic languages, Turkic languages, Uralic languages.  Eskimo-Aleut languages, Afro-Asiatic languages.  With the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union on 1 January 2007, Cyrillic became the third official alphabet of the European Union, following the Latin and Greek alphabets.

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Chopi


CHOPI ( Shichopi, Copi, Cicopi, Shicopi, Tschopi, Txopi, Txitxopi )
Spoken by 800,000 people on the southern coast of Mozambique, in the Zavala District.
Linguistic Lineage for Chopi
Mozambique

Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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Chuuk

Kapong rem Maria
mei fokkun feioch
chapur Iowa a
nonom remw ka feioch me
nein fefin mei
feioch uwan nukom Iesus.

Maria Mei Pin
Inenapen Kot
ioteki kich chon tipis iei
me fansoun ach mano. Amen.


CHUUK ( CHUUKESE, Truk, Trukese, Ruk )
Spoken in Hall Islands, Truk Islands and Ponape, Caroline Islands, Micronesia.
Linguistic Lineage for Chuukese
Federated States of Micronesia

Contributed by Karmina Mathias and the Most Reverend Bishop Amando Samo of the Diocese of the Caroline Islands - e-mail asamo@mail.fm

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Corse

AVE MARIA

Ave Maria piena di Grazia
u Signore hè cun voi
site benedetta à mezu à tutte e donne
ed hè benedettu u fruttu di u vostru senu, Gesù;
Santa Maria, matre di Diu
precate per noi, poveri peccadori
avale è à l'ora di a nostra morte.
Ame è cusì sia.

CORSE, AJACCIO ( Corsu, Corso, Corsi, Corsican )
A dialect of Corsican spoken in central and southern Corsica, France.
Linguistic Lineage for Corsican
Corsica - France

Translated by Professeur Jacques Fusina - E-mail Jacques.Fusina@wanadoo.fr
Contributed by Carla Matra Venezia - E-mail CAVENEZIA@aol.com

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Extremeno

Dios te salvi, María.
Enllena estás de gracia.
Benditu el frutu del tu vientri, Jesús.
Santa María, mare de Dios,
ruega por nojotros
los pecaoris
ahora y en la hora de la nuestra muerti.
Amén.

EXTREMEÑO ( Extremaduran, Extremeñu, Castúo, Cahtúo, Cahtúö )
Spoken by 200,000 people in the autonomous region of Extremadura (Spain).
This particular version is from the Las Hurdes region of Extremadura..
Linguistic Lineage for Extremaduran
Map of Spain - Spain

Contributed by Xavier Frias Conde, Doctor in Romance Philology - E-mail roxavi@terra.es

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