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Mure language

Mure
RegionBolivia
Extinctlast records 1913
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
Glottologmure1235

Mure is an extinct language of Bolivia. It was long considered a Chapacuran language, but the similarities are few, and are likely loans, as the Mure were missioned together with speakers of Chapacuran languages. Apart from those few words, the languages are "utterly different".[1]

Texts

Mure is attested only by a few surviving texts of the Lord's Prayer, Hail Mary, and Nicene Creed.[2] The texts have been analyzed by Georges de Crequi-Montfort and Paul Rivet (1913).[3] There are also sporadic mentions of the Mure language by Lorenzo Hervás y Panduro (1800: 251)[4] and Cosme Bueno [es] (1770).[5]

The texts below are reproduced from Teza (1868).[2]

Pater Noster

The Lord's Prayer:

Core papa matichico vuanapina sciriquiticacayo vuanataa mivee:
viquitiscianca mi reyno:
sciriquititietaa mepapala huachimesno, otichana vuanapina.
Seramevuae mirimanovohtate vire:
miriquiacaravna nate serepecatovuae, otichana sererivuae serasciquiacaravuaco velene:
miritacamitate pecato, miritacamitate tascacae lapena.
Amen.

Ave Maria

The Hail Mary:

Ave María netacoco gracia,
Dios neneyta,
coni tanascaca nerememeco,
chane rememena neca Jesús.
Santa María vemama Dios sererivuae serelapeta miritacataatate vire,
chane seretamivahtay.
Amen.

Nicene Creed

The Nicene Creed:

Scipalohnaa Dios apa careneemipina, vuatiemao vuanapina, chane au, scipalohnaa serepapavuae Jesu Christo pastocte veca Dios, otireereneco parih virgen Santa María, vuatieo Espiritu Santo ticomateo, tamimacacararacoo timamico Poncio Pilato, talanateo cruzu, tamivacoo, quiscilohnateo, taminacaspavecoo quesno:
tovona raare tamiracoo, taminavocoo, tamimecoo vuanapina:
otipasseco vimañuh ve papa careneemipina: huay vuatiaqui tamimapoymiaqui vepecatovuae reerene cavee, abaque.
Scipalohnaa Espiritu Santo, Santa Iglesia Catholica ve comunio santovuae, vevaque pecato, tamiratay, taminavotay abaque, tamivuaelalatay remena christiano vepassacano Dios tapalapalatay.
Amen.

References

  1. ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forke, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, eds. (2020). "Mure". Glottolog 4.3.
  2. ^ a b Teza, Emile. 1868. Saggi Inediti di lingue Americane. Annali delle Università Toscane (parte prima): Scienze Neologiche X. 117-143.
  3. ^ de Créqui-Montfort, Georges and Paul Rivet. 1913. Linguistique Bolivienne: La Famille Linguistique Čapakura. Journal de la Société des Américanistes X. 119-172.
  4. ^ Hervás y Panduro, Lorenzo. 1800. Lenguas y naciones Americanas. (Catálogo de las lenguas de las naciones conocidas, y numeracion , division, y clases de estas, I.) Madrid: Imprenta de la Administración del real arbitrio de beneficencia. xvi+396pp.
  5. ^ Cosme Bueno. 1770. Descripción del Obispado de Santa Cruz. (El conocimiento de los tiempos, ephemeride del año de 1771.) Lima: En la Imprenta Real; Calle de Palacio. 56pp.

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