Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Article 1)

Language family: Nilo-Saharan

The Nilo-Saharan language family consists of around 200 languages which are spoken in central and east Africa by about 50 million people, particularly along the River Nile and in central parts of the Sahara.

Balanda Viri

A jo kánako murutǘkpí nó njee, tí ká favä́ŋ, taká yindí ta yee ndí tatií. Joki taa je muru ta njonvé jindí, ndi só wáa bowo tí 'dó gbí nvóko tíndí ta ganve laká winvee njee.

Bari (Karo/Kutuk)

Ŋutu liŋ yuŋwe kana, jojo i tod’iri ko d’ekesi ko ti se tokitaki ko ‘börik ko mulökötyo lo toluŋscran. Se a d’oka ko denet na kulya na ’but ko narok.

Dendi

Aduniya kuna n gu ibuna damayo hɛi nɔ dei-dei nn daama nna n burucinitɛrɛ fɔ, n lasabu nna laakari ya nam nn mɔ huro cɛrɛ kuna nyanze tɛrɛ bɔŋɔɔ.

Dinka (Thuɔŋjäŋ)

Raan thök eben aye dhëëth ka lau nhöm kua thöŋ nhiim eyithiic, kua thɛ̈kic, kua ci yëknhiethku puou, ku bik cëŋ ka ke ye mith etik.

Kanuri Yerwa

Adamgana woso kambe katambo ye daraja-a hakkiwa-ason kalkalye. Hankal-a nazaru-asoro kəzəpkə ye suro hal nəmharamiben kamazasoga letaiyin ye.

Lotuko (Otuho)

Isiuni aati dang iko ahode hode ihaniere erre boo ve isi orrijori dang to nelotulo. Owoni isi iko negigilita bwo ve iko ataja. Ongida isi ihanie awatek hosi ihwo elarak.

Nuer (Naadh)

Naath dial diethɛ kɛ a lɔr kä päärkɛ kɛ ciaŋ malä a mäni cuŋkiɛn. Tekɛ kɛ car kɛnɛ nhok ti de lät kɛ raan kɛ dämaan a gɔa.

Shilluk (Dhɔg Cɔlɔ)

Dhanhø bëne ba anywølø e path ki bäng, ge pär ki yij bëëdø geki dyërø. gïn-a dwaddi kiper gen yï gen da rumi ki bëëdø mø göög gen ki pyëw akyel ga nyimiëgg.

Uduk

Aris ꞌkwaninyꞌceshi ꞌbaar mo dhoꞌthkunu ꞌbaḵany mo dhali mmomiiya ṯuꞌc imonṯal ꞌde/ mo dhali mii ma ḵar/e mo. Uni mini ta gi gwo mo dhali mii mo dhali uni mini mii ka karambuye/ ꞌkup̱ ki cin tiya mo e shi/in mo dhali mii kun tanu ikam mo.

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Other language families

Afroasiatic, Languages of North America, Languages of South America, Austro-Asiatic, Austronesian, Caucasian, Dravidian, Hmong-Mien, Indo-European: Baltic, Celtic, Germanic, Indo-Iranian, Italic/Romance, Slavic, Other, Quechuan, Mongolic, Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, Sino-Tibetan, Tai-Kaidai, Tungusic, Turkic, Uralic, Yukaghir, Isolates, Sign Languages, Pidgins and Creoles, International Auxiliary Languages (IALS), Alternative writing systems, Constructed/fictional languages and alphabets, Index

Index of UDHR translations


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