Zaiwa Language New Testament / Chyoiyúng chyumlaiká: dangshikaq asik; Zaiwa (ATBNT) / China, Burma
Zaiwa Language New Testament
Chyoiyúng chyumlaiká: dangshikaq asik; Zaiwa (ATBNT)
- Paperback: 460 pages
- Publisher: Digital Bible Society (June 19, 2017) / Wycliffe Bible Translators
- Language: Zaiwa
- ISBN-10: 153130057X
- ISBN-13: 978-1531300579
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
John 3:16 Yohan
Hkâsu mù gâ le, Garai Gasang gi, mingkan lé gyai yhang chyitdap é yanmai, Yhang Zo lé lumjíng é sû ó yuq nghut kôle, htên byoq é a huî e za, ahtum abyuq é asak wó yû sháng gaq ga, rayuq za é Yhâng é Zote lé byî pyám bê nghut ri.
Zaiwa (autonym: tsau˧˩va˥˩; Tsaiwa, Tsaiva, 载瓦) is a language spoken in parts of China and Burma. There are around 100,000 speakers. It is also known as Atsi, its name in Jingpo. Other names for the language include Atzi, Azi, Aci, Aji, Atshi, Atsi-Maru, Maru, Zi, Tsaiwa, Szi, and Xiaoshanhua. Zaiwa is a member of the Burmish languages. Pela (Bola), 400 speakers, was once classified as a dialect. Zaiwa has also been developed, in 1957, into a written language and it uses Latin script.
|Native to||China, Burma|
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