Gypsy - Hungarian New Testament / Cigany - Magyar Ujszovetseg / Újszövetségi Szentírás a Neovulgáta alapján /SUNTOISKIRIPE NYEVO TESHTAMENTO
Gypsy - Hungarian New Testament / Cigany - Magyar Ujszovetseg / Suntoiskiripe Nyevo Teshtamento
Biblia - Újszövetségi Szentírás a Neovulgáta alapján /SUNTOISKIRIPE NYEVO TESHTAMENTO - Nyelv: Magyar Cigány - 2003
FORDÍTÓ / Translator: Vesho-Farkas Zoltán
CIGANY NYELVU LEKTOR / Gypsy Language Lektor: Ruva Pál Sándor
Lovari ("horse-dealer", from Hungarian "ló", horse) is a subgroup of the Romani people, who speak their own dialect, influenced by Hungarian and West Slavic dialects. They live predominantly throughout Central Europe (Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Germany) as well as in Romania, Croatia, France, Italy, Greece and Ukraine.
- Publisher: Bible Society
- Language: Magyar / Cigány // Hungarian / Gypsy
- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.1 x 1.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
- 289 pages
- Publisher: Szent Jeromos Katolikus Bibliatársulat (2003)
- ISBN-10: 9638631945
- ISBN-13: 978-9638631947 / 9789638631947
- PRINTED BY ROYAL PRESS HUNGARY
Romani is the language spoken by the Roma people, commonly called Gypsies / they speaks Gypsy or Lovari. The New Testament has been translated into Romani by Vesho-Frakas Zoltan.
Translator Zoltan Farkas Vesho said he had aimed to use a "pure" form of
Lovari, avoiding words borrowed from Hungarian, or any other language, so
as to give the text the widest possible currency among Roma in the region.
A Roma teacher, Agnes Jovanovics, said the fact that the Bible was now
available in Lovari meant a great deal to the Roma community.
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