poniedziałek, 30 września 2019

Rings, Old Prussian and Jāns Talkāims

Jāns R. R. Talkāims

Trīs prēipirstai per Elfan kunnegans pa dāngus galīmban,
Septinnei Kaūkan rīkimans en stabiskai zālin krōnin,
Newinnei stēimans aulaūwinginin, kwēimans gals palīkitan,
Aīns Timras Waldītaju na tenesse kīrstan trōnan,
En Mordōras tāutai, kwēi timenis lazza.
Šis aīns, kāi rīkaulai wissans, kāi aupallai wissans,
Šis aīns, kāi wissans rīnklai be en timru rislai
En Mordōras tāutai, kwēi timenis lazza.

(Nērtiks)

The Ring Poem in Old Prussian, the language of J. R. R. Tolkien's Prussian ancestors from Natangia in Prussia. This language is Indo-European, it belongs to the Baltic family (together with Lithuanuan and Latvian, it is not Germanic German and Slavic Polish) was in use until the seventeenth century. Old Prussian is currently being reconstructed in Lithuania and Poland. The poem was translated by Nērtiks.


Old Prussian Elbing Vocabulary (see here)

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