Existing translations to Avorenta

Translation Original Avorenta Interlinear? Translator
Cogito ergo sum
I think, therefore I am
Elorringe, fixi h-étte.
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Ájfűlán / Ćüs
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Fight linguistic extinction!
Fight linguistic extinction. Invent a language!
T'eltoppon i h-errakúbowán inau. ¡Fettiz ad errak!
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From the Egyptian Book of the Dead
I am yesterday, today and tomorrow, and I have the power to be born a second time. I am the divine hidden soul who created the Gods and gives sepulchral meals to the denizens of the deep, the place of the dead, and heaven... Hail, lord of the shrine that stands in the centre of the earth. He is I and I am he!
Iss re hi gürra, i píl et i hatas, e warífe dauxoj gefőren. Iss re l-onće qwité gazúg, laqwin i h-allazu fettó t-edzúrogoffau hekku dont i bőregáns, i bowévisse h-iśtes et il eskálagenirs bílióno... Agêtútiz, mín il omenidas, lafor il edzúrs pittio h-est. ¡Hog - iss, et iss - hog!
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Agête / Avé
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Happy birthday
Happy birthday!
¡Éjti főrtikum!
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The Tower of Babel
And all the earth had one language and one tongue. And it came about that in their wandering from the east, they came to a stretch of flat country in the land of Shinar, and there they made their living-place. And they said one to another, Come, let us make bricks, burning them well. And they had bricks for stone, putting them together with sticky earth. And they said, Come, let us make a town, and a tower whose top will go up as high as heaven; and let us make a great name for ourselves, so that we may not be wanderers over the face of the earth. And the Lord came down to see the town and the tower which the children of men were building. And the Lord said, See, they are all one people and have all one language; and this is only the start of what they may do: and now it will not be possible to keep them from any purpose of theirs. Come, let us go down and take away the sense of their language, so that they will not be able to make themselves clear to one another. So the Lord God sent them away into every part of the earth: and they gave up building their town. So it was named Babel, because there the Lord took away the sense of all languages and from there the Lord sent them away over all the face of the earth.
I h-elón’ Edzúr elum errákum et elu h-encóru h-ájdó. Ênnil nőgir oggefinestó, Śińáris lannor nágest a bós entrelannum e hatt diflázestó. Śe cárest ellanáj: “¡Fimminz, dífenz berikku het únűrenz u feltat!" I berikkum tildestúnoj, i beśtum roêndájgánoj iskidestó. Lapte śe cárest: “¡Ejja, tildenz dúnum e tijórum, follis refitt il eskálti h-ám! Oftájnenz fendáj missum, e gin igestréjenz il Edzúror!” Lájk i h-Allas difortó, ćo gefűloz i dúnum et i tijórum, follum i míne tildestó. Śe laum: “Révinz, ill an fox e h-an errákum límest. Ill or i h-úzán i ves ferkis. Ipte freńńa son rá démaneńńa váj, follis rekkarvelánum ogelorronstá. ¡Illad ortanz dif e dichtanz têr i ves errákum, ćo qweńńa gin sinoz i lojgis errákum!" I h-Allas fixi h-igestroj veum hatti l-elón’ Edzúror, et inasófen lájchestó hi dúnis tildán. Illad mísontu la Bábeláj, dé l-Allas hatt têrdichtó l-elón’ Edzúris errákum e hatti h- igestrojüst i h-Allas i h-elón’ Edzúror.
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Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Forven mínâl ö-rión migat főr et anigêt uruddagánum e juvassum ájd. I míne, rázum e śamorollánum ájdix, ellanen bidál fódio lájch epízenest.
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