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Mando'a Language BibleLooking for Song of Songs 1:1 | te laar be songs, meg is Solomon's. 1:1 1:1 cyare 1:2 | Let him murcyur ni ti te kisses be kaysh mouth; 1:2 par gar riduurok is jate'shya than papuur'gal. 1:3 | gar oils ganar a pleasing fragrance. 1:3 gar gai is oil poured forth, 1:3 therefore te virgins riduurok gar. 1:4 | hibir ni be'chaaj ti gar. 1:4 Let us hurry. 1:4 te king has brought ni lo kaysh chambers. 1:4 1:4 Friends 1:4 vi will cuyir glad bal rejoice o'r gar. 1:4 vi will praise gar riduurok more than papuur'gal! 1:4 1:4 cyare 1:4 val are serimir at riduurok gar. 1:5 | ni am dha, a' lovely, 1:5 gar ade be Jerusalem, 1:5 emuurir Kedar's tents, 1:5 emuurir Solomon's curtains. 1:6 | Don't stare at ni jorcu ni am dha, 1:6 jorcu te sun has scorched ni. 1:6 ner mother's ade were angry ti ni. 1:6 val made ni keeper be te vineyards. 1:6 ni haven't kept ner own vineyard. 1:7 | rejorhaa'ir ni, gar whom ner runi loves, 1:7 vaii gar graze gar flock, 1:7 vaii gar udes them at noon; 1:7 par why should ni cuyir sa one Tion'ad is veiled 1:7 juaan te flocks be gar companions? 1:7 1:7 Lover 1:8 | meh gar don't kar'taylir, most mesh'la among women, 1:8 shekemir te tracks be te sheep. 1:8 Graze gar evaar'la goats juaan te shepherds' tents. 1:8 1:9 | ni ganar compared gar, ner riduurok, 1:9 at a steed o'r Pharaoh's chariots. 1:10 | gar cheeks are mesh'la ti earrings, 1:10 gar videk ti strings be jewels. 1:11 | vi will gotal'ur gar earrings be ve'vut, 1:11 ti studs be silver. 1:11 1:11 cyare 1:12 | vaal te king sat at kaysh table, 1:12 ner perfume gayiylir its fragrance. 1:13 | ner cyare is at ni a sachet be myrrh, 1:13 ibac lies between ner breasts. 1:14 | ner cyare is at ni a cluster be henna blossoms 1:14 teh te vineyards be En Gedi. 1:14 1:14 Lover 1:15 | Behold, gar are mesh'la, ner riduurok. 1:15 Behold, gar are mesh'la. 1:15 gar eyes are doves. 1:15 1:15 cyare 1:16 | Behold, gar are mesh'la, ner cyare, elek, pleasant; 1:16 bal cuun couch is verdant. 1:16 1:16 Lover 1:17 | te beams be cuun house are cedars. 1:17 cuun rafters are firs.
Looking for Song 1:1 | The Song of songs, which is Solomonís. 1:1 1:1 Beloved 1:2 | Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth; 1:2 for your love is better than wine. 1:3 | Your oils have a pleasing fragrance. 1:3 Your name is oil poured forth, 1:3 therefore the virgins love you. 1:4 | Take me away with you. 1:4 Let us hurry. 1:4 The king has brought me into his chambers. 1:4 1:4 Friends 1:4 We will be glad and rejoice in you. 1:4 We will praise your love more than wine! 1:4 1:4 Beloved 1:4 They are right to love you. 1:5 | I am dark, but lovely, 1:5 you daughters of Jerusalem, 1:5 like Kedarís tents, 1:5 like Solomonís curtains. 1:6 | Donít stare at me because I am dark, 1:6 because the sun has scorched me. 1:6 My motherís sons were angry with me. 1:6 They made me keeper of the vineyards. 1:6 I havenít kept my own vineyard. 1:7 | Tell me, you whom my soul loves, 1:7 where you graze your flock, 1:7 where you rest them at noon; 1:7 For why should I be as one who is veiled 1:7 beside the flocks of your companions? 1:7 1:7 Lover 1:8 | If you donít know, most beautiful among women, 1:8 follow the tracks of the sheep. 1:8 Graze your young goats beside the shepherdsí tents. 1:8 1:9 | I have compared you, my love, 1:9 to a steed in Pharaohís chariots. 1:10 | Your cheeks are beautiful with earrings, 1:10 your neck with strings of jewels. 1:11 | We will make you earrings of gold, 1:11 with studs of silver. 1:11 1:11 Beloved 1:12 | While the king sat at his table, 1:12 my perfume spread its fragrance. 1:13 | My beloved is to me a sachet of myrrh, 1:13 that lies between my breasts. 1:14 | My beloved is to me a cluster of henna blossoms 1:14 from the vineyards of En Gedi. 1:14 1:14 Lover 1:15 | Behold, you are beautiful, my love. 1:15 Behold, you are beautiful. 1:15 Your eyes are doves. 1:15 1:15 Beloved 1:16 | Behold, you are beautiful, my beloved, yes, pleasant; 1:16 and our couch is verdant. 1:16 1:16 Lover 1:17 | The beams of our house are cedars. 1:17 Our rafters are firs.
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