Barasana-Eduria Language New Testament / Dios oca gotirituti / Columbia
Barasana-Eduria Language New Testament
Dios oca gotirituti (BSNNT)
- Paperback: 560 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 16, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Barasana-Eduria
- ISBN-10: 1531301088
- ISBN-13: 978-1531301088
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.4 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
John 3:16 San Juan
—Ñajediro masare maimasucõagʉ̃ ñari, ĩ macʉ sĩgʉ̃ne ñagʉ̃re ĩre cõañumi Dios, “Masare rijabosato” yigʉ. To bajiro ĩ yire ñajare, “Jesucristo ĩ bajirocare sʉorine yʉre ĩavariquẽnacõari, quẽnaro yirʉcʉmi Dios” yitʉoĩarãma, ĩna rijato berojʉ “Tudirijabeticõato” yigʉ, Dios ĩ catisere ĩ ĩsiriarã ñarãma.
Barasana is one of the various languages spoken by the Indigenous peoples of the Americas belonging to the Amazonian region, specifically in Colombia. It belongs to the language family of the Tucanoan languages, as one of the Eastern Tucanoan languages. The people who speak the language are also known as the Barasana. The population of its native speakers is about 1,990 people, according to a census taken in 1993. Native speakers' tribes are spread out among the Pira Paraná River in Colombia and the banks of the Vaupés River Basin.
|Jãnerã - Eduria Oca|
|1,900 (1993 census)
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