Numbers 12 in Friulian

In the twelfth chapter of the book of Numbers, Miriam and Aaron challenge the vocation of Moses. In this chapter, the Friulian refers to Miriam as Marie (Mary), whereas at Esodo 15:20, she is named Miriam (Miriam). The first-time visitor to this site ought to begin his study of the Friulian language here. Read Numars 12 To read the Friulian text of the Bible associated … Continue reading Numbers 12 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

Numbers 5 in Friulian

Treated in the fifth chapter of the book of Numbers are various laws: leçs svareadis; namely: parâ fûr i soçs (driving forth the unclean); rifondi il damp (compensating for damage); ufierte pe gjelosie (offering for jealousy). The first-time visitor to this site ought to begin his study of the Friulian language here. Read Numars 5 To read the Friulian text of the Bible associated with … Continue reading Numbers 5 in Friulian