Below, The Lord’s Prayer in Ilocano, the third most commonly spoken language in the Philippines.
Press “play” to listen to The Lord’s Prayer in Ilocano, as spoken by Corrie de Boer:
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Amami, nga addaka sadi langit
Madaydayaw kuma ti Naganmo
Umay kuma ti pagariam.
Maaramid kuma ti pagayatam
Kas sadi langit kasta met ditoy daga
Itedmo kadakam ita ti taraonmi iti inaldaw,
Ket pakawanennakami kadagiti ut-utangmi
A kas met panamakawanmi
Kadagiti nakautang kadakami.
Ket dinakam iyeg iti pannakasulisog,
No di ket isalakannakami iti dakes
We hope you’ll enjoy our other offerings in major languages of the Philippines. So far, our offerings include: Tagalog, Ibanag, Ilocano, Itawes, as well as English. We also offer a side-by-side table, which can help for language learners – click here. The table is a work in progress, so please be patient if you find there are still errors.
Our thanks to Corrie De Boer and Mission Ministries/Asian Theological Seminary for providing the above text.
NHM Ministrants has embarked on a project to bring The Lord’s Prayer to the web in as many languages as possible. Click here to find more languages and Lord’s Prayer resources, including how to put on a multi-lingual event featuring the Lord’s Prayer in words and in song.