*Yawe ngu Barambik wawing eingda.
**”Babel” uya saburing ngu “ganda-ganda”.
Source: Abraham, ngu Barambik dabaing. Abraham, God's friend. Genesis chapter 11-25. 1st Edition printed at Ukarumpa, April 2004.
Ngaing is a Finisterre language spoken by about 3,000 people in the Rai Coast district of Madang Province of Papua New Guinea. There are three dialect areas - this translation is in the central dialect.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl
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