Proverbs 16:3 in Friulian

Proverbis 16:3 Selected reading Proverbs 16:3 speaks of committing one’s works to the Lord, that they should come to prosper. The reader will find this passage below, translated into English according unto the Friulian. The English renderings of the Friulian are the same as those wherefor precedents were set in the study related to the books of Moses. Should the reader wish to study Friulian … Continue reading Proverbs 16:3 in Friulian

Proverbs 6:12-15 in Friulian

Proverbis 6:12-15 Selected reading Proverbs 6:12-15 treats of the man held up as a warning to others. The reader will find this passage below, translated into English according unto the Friulian. The English renderings of the Friulian are the same as those wherefor precedents were set in the study related to the books of Moses, except in the case of Friulian vocabulary now appearing for … Continue reading Proverbs 6:12-15 in Friulian

Numbers 9 in Friulian

With the ninth chapter of the book of Numbers begins the following: pasche e partence dal Sinai (passover and departure from Sinai). This chapter treats in particular of: celebrazion de pasche (celebration of the passover); il nûl (the cloud). The first-time visitor to this site ought to begin his study of the Friulian language here. Read Numars 9 To read the Friulian text of the … Continue reading Numbers 9 in Friulian

Madrac, the Friulian for ‘snake’

The masculine noun madrac is the Friulian for snake. In the Bible, the reader first encounters this noun in the first verse of Gjenesi 3, in the story of the fall of man: il madrac al jere il plui galiot (the snake was the most sly) di dutis lis bestiis de tiere (of all the beasts of the earth) che il Signôr Diu al veve … Continue reading Madrac, the Friulian for ‘snake’

Aghe, the Friulian for ‘water’

In this vocabulary-building post, the reader will study the Friulian word for water and related usages. All examples provided below will be immediately useful in the learner’s own use of Friulian. The Friulian for water is the feminine noun aghe; this word is read aloud in the first video below, at minute 0:37. The plural form is aghis; this plural is read aloud in the … Continue reading Aghe, the Friulian for ‘water’