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The Tower of Babel (Genesis 11: 1-9)

Awara

Yawetä äminu wamu buläkän täknga yakinunin pängginungukut

  1. Ämimbamu kep däkäne yiwikinu wamnä buläkän täknga yakin:
  2. Tixäwik äminu gusitdä akonggak käwutkätan tihikuke, kewu kupi gwendu Babiloniaxätan kake, uwomune päku yiwikin.
  3. Päku yiwike, "Kep gämänu päke, däkine häna, yähakitokawä, blik däkngäning," yang yakin. Yolu hup simen yanggä dowahakin, tike kolta tuliwä, blixu päpä kitokakin.
  4. Tiwän using yakin. "Inäinä domatäke, womdu womdu dowäku yiwihikunim," yake, "Yolu gäpanggu tahake, yot bänäkängän yolu belakngä gwendu tahana, yekäwune kopik. Tiwän umaninu käyä tiwik," yang yake, using pahakin.
  5. Tixawändeyä Yawe äminu kewune nanätä yot gäpang, yolu belakngä gwen yang pahaxawä, unin dayipikge epgut.
  6. "A! U äminu inä uninggän, tiwän wamnä buläkän täknga. Yakapde unin pahaying. Ge mahande dasingga pahaningge natäkengu, awahaningunin," yake,
  7. "Puku wamnä pängginungutnim. Tiwän wamnä yawä, notnätä donatäpning," yang yakut.
  8. Yake, Yawetä äminu womduwomdu petäke kuwän, yolu tahakinu dolahapulukin.
  9. Ile tiwän yolu unggäpangu umanä Babel yang inikakin*. Yolu unggäpangune Yawetä äminbamde wamnä pängginunguke, unetä petäke kuwän, päku kep däkäne womduwomdu yiwihikukin.

* Hibru wamune 'Babel' äwä 'pängginungukut' yangu guläkngä usäkän bimä.

Source: http://pngscriptures.org/awx/

Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl

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