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

Šležan (Silesian)

La tuř de Babel

  1. J tuty 'l mud ova vyna lehva j vyzava le sule poroule.
  2. Maž lu se posava, koudu li se přelokavut dil vořeť, ke li jevnivut na plana jel pajez de Šinar j jeď li se stablivut.
  3. J li dikvut vyn ol sekudy: "Vniť, v nu fačršim cehle i laš ordiršim bleň." J le cehle střevlivut lev komod saši j smola střevliva lev komod cement.
  4. J li dikvut: "Vniť, v nu jidevkaršim na čitať j na tuř, kouži klm tužra 'l čel, j v nu fačršim si 'n num, taľke nu nedipřežršim sär tuty 'l mud."
  5. Tuch Dej dešteďva ok' il vedirši la čitať j la tuř, ko li jifati dili vomni jidevkavut.
  6. J Dej dikva: "Vediť! Vyn popl j vyna lehva pra tuti, j čest je ko li denazavut fačr. J nuch, neko nešera nepošibli pra luš, kokuk li nevolvut fačr.
  7. Vediť! Nu deštedram j kufyzaram la lehva lur, taľke li se nekupředršet vyn sekudy.
  8. J Dej dipřehva luš sär il surfič de tuty 'l mud, maž li přestavut jidevkar la čitať.
  9. Pra česta rociň la je opelata Babel, pračest ke jeď Dej kufyzava la lehva de tuty 'l mud, i dejeď Dej dipřehva luš sär tuty 'l mud.

Source: http://steen.free.fr/slezan/texts.html#babel

Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl

Silesian is a constructed Romance-like language spoken in the ficitional region of Silesia (Šležna) in the Bohemian Kingdom. It is not to be confused with the real West Slavic language known as Silesian or Upper Silesian.

More information about Silesian
http://steen.free.fr/slezan/index.html

Tower of Babel in constructed languages and scripts

Avorentas HGV, Bel'Arian, Brithenig, Cujoltha, Fishscales, Gyorsrovás, Klingon, Kweda, Nassian, Oxidilogi, Quenya, Quikscript, Sabethir, Silesian, Toki Pona, Üqoi, Viozian, Venedic, Yahudi Türkçesi

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