Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 13

In this post, you continue to learn Friulian through the Bible; you will study the entirety of the thirteenth chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subjects are Abram e Lot si dividin (Abram and Lot separate) and promessis a Abram (promises to Abram). The Friulian for promise is la promesse; the expression to make a promise, then, is fâ une promesse. If you … Continue reading Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 13

Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 12, verses 10-20

You will now continue your study of the Friulian language by examining Gjenesi 12:10-20; that is, verses 10-20 of the twelfth chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is Abram in Egjit (Abram in Egypt). These verses take you to the end of the chapter. If you are arriving on this site for the first time, begin your study of the Friulian language … Continue reading Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 12, verses 10-20

Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 12, verses 1-9

In this post, you continue to learn Friulian by studying the first nine verses of the twelfth chapter of the Book of Genesis, that is, Gjenesi 12:1-9, where the subject is la clamade di Abram (call of Abram). If you are arriving on this site for the first time, begin your study of the Friulian language here (Gjenesi 1). Below, in the notes for verse … Continue reading Learn Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 12, verses 1-9

Friulian verb conjugation charts

Different Friulian verbs have been conjugated in chart form in the various posts of this site. To help you locate them, you will find links below pointing you to the posts where they appear. I will update this page every time I add a new chart. The numbers below indicate under which verse the chart appears in the linked page. Conjugation charts are available for: … Continue reading Friulian verb conjugation charts

Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 11, verses 10-32

You will now continue your study of the Friulian language through verses from the Bible by examining Gjenesi 11:10-32; that is, verses 10-32 of the eleventh chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is la dissendence di Sem (descendance of Shem) e di Terac (and of Terah). These verses take you to the end of the chapter. If you are arriving on this … Continue reading Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 11, verses 10-32

Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 11, verses 1-9

This post continues your study of the Friulian language as used in the Bible; you will now begin your study of the eleventh chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is la torate di Babêl (tower of Babel). In this post, you will examine verses 1-9; that is, Gjenesi 11:1-9. If you are arriving on this site for the first time, begin your … Continue reading Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 11, verses 1-9

Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 10

In this post, you continue to learn Friulian by studying the entirety of the tenth chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is la dissendence dai fîs di Noè (descendance of Noah’s sons). If you are arriving on this site for the first time, begin your study of the Friulian language here (Gjenesi 1). The Friulian text that you will study was prepared by … Continue reading Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 10

Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 9, verses 20-29

You will now continue your study of the Friulian language through verses from the Bible by examining Gjenesi 9:20-29; that is, verses 20-29 of the ninth chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is l’ebrietât di Noè (inebriation of Noah). These verses take you to the end of the chapter. If you are arriving on this site for the first time, begin your … Continue reading Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 9, verses 20-29

Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 9, verses 1-19

This post continues your study of the Friulian language as used in the Bible; you will now begin your study of the ninth chapter of the Book of Genesis, where the subject is il pat di Diu cun Noè (the covenant of God with Noah). In this post, you will examine verses 1-19; that is, Gjenesi 9:1-19. If you are arriving on this site for … Continue reading Study Friulian from the Bible: Genesis 9, verses 1-19

Friulian names for parts of the human head

In Friulian, the human head is called il cjâf. The head sits upon the neck, which is called il cuel. Hair grows on the scalp; in Friulian, the scalp is called la piel dal cjâf. This literally means skin of the head, where la piel is the Friulian for skin. A single strand of hair is called un cjaveli. All the hair on one’s head … Continue reading Friulian names for parts of the human head