Babel Lungdawl (The Tower of Babel)

(Seemtirnak/Genesis 11: 1-9)

Chin Falam

  1. Hlanah cun leilung tlun mi hmuahhmuah in phunkhat lawng an nei ih t.ongfang bangrep an hmang.
  2. Nisuahnak lamah an vai ih Babilonia nelrawn an thleng ih cutawkah khua an to.
  3. Cutikah, "Rahnik uh, phahlei tuah in meisa ah rawh uhsi," ti ah pakhat le pakhat an ti-aw. Cutiin inn saknak ah tlakrawh an nei ih a erhnak ah t.hung an tuah.
  4. Cut.heh in, "Ra uh; Kan hrangah khawpi kan tuah pei ih van dai in lungdawl kan tuah pei. Kanmah ih hrangah hmin nei ve seh; cule leilung khuazakip ah darhdai loin kan um ding a si," ti ah an ti-aw.
  5. Cutikah milai ih an tuahmi khawpi le lungdawl zoh dingah Bawipa cu a rung ih,
  6. "Zohhnik uh, hi pawl hi an zatein miphun phunkhat an si ih pakhat an hmang. An tuahmi hi thil tuah an tummi a hramthawhnak lawng a si lai. A rei hlanah tuah an duhmi hmuahhmuah an tuahsuak thei ding.
  7. Curuangah kan vung feh pei ih pakhat le pakhat an aan ciing-aw lo dingin an kan cokrawi thluh pei," ti ah a ti.
  8. Cutiin Bawipa in milai pawl cu leilung khuazakip ah a t.hekdarh thluh ih khuapi cu an sak t.heh suak lo.
  9. cuih khuapi cu Babel ti cu Babilon tican a si ih Hebru in balal an ti ih cokrawi t.heh ti thawn a aw suah a bang aw. ti ah an ti, ziangah tile cutawkah milai ih cu Bawipa in a cokrawi sak thluh ih, leilung tlun khuazakip ah a t.hekdarh thluh hai a si.

Chin Falam is a member of the Tibeto-Burman branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family spoken by about 125,000 people in Burma, Bangladesh and India.

Tower of Babel in Tibeto-Burman languages

Achang, Akha, Angami, Burmese, Chang, Bawm, Chin Falam, Chin Haka, Chin Tedim, Gangte, Hrangkhol, Jingpho, Karbi, Karen (S'gaw), Konyak, Kuki, Ladakhi, Lahu, Lashi, Lhao Vo, Liangmai Naga, Lipo, Lisu, Garo, Hmar, Mara Chin, Mizo, Paite Chin, Phom (Naga), Poumei (Naga), Siyin, Sunuwar, Tangkhul, Thadou, Tibetan, Vaiphei, Wancho (Naga), Zeme

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