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BIMIN

Spoken by 2,250 people in Sandaun Province, Bak-Bimin District; also in Western Province, Papua New Guinea.
Linguistic Lineage for Bimin
Language maps of Papua New Guinea, Map 5, reference # 236 and Papua New Guinea, Map 8, reference # 236
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9 Feinka! Yu Sunbin-Got eso weng kaleemdiw bokolewomeliw:
‘Aatim a! Ku abiil tikin katem belew te.
Kunum waneng alik alik i kom wiin ete kuw wangweng wiin kelewboliwka!
10 Kom ^gawman ding dim be fongate akate kaim dim fitewoke te!
Abiil katiw im alakabiliw imdiw kawin dim kale buluw kawtiw
nukati kom afak kel kebomi, kom ibolow fukunin ete kuw gelewbuluwka!
12 Num mali kawtiw im nulo sili sili keyemsiliw kukuw be sak misim
kuw kulu koyemkabuluw atew kusik num sili sili ibolow akati sak misim kuw kulu koyem kemolewka!
13 Ku kanelom nulo kak koyemomin em deiw kalo mo koyemokolew te!
Kate, Seten-Ataanim em nulo kak keyemoke ding dim kabalak e, ku nulo dokoyem kemolewka!
dangeko, eso weng bakamoliwka!

Source: The New Testament in the Bimin language.
http://tokplesbaibel.org/bhl/index.htm
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl – Email WKuhl44238@aol.com

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