Dojcernim su Markos

The Gospel of Mark translated into Vabungula


This is the Gospel of Mark translated into Vabungula. The translation was completed in 2001 and was based on the 2nd edition of The Greek New Testament, edited by Kurt Aland et al, published by United Bible Societies in 1968. The translation is a fairly literal one and reads quite closely with the original Greek text.

I have chosen not to translate the longer endings of Chapter 16 and have finished at verse 8.

Chapters 1 - 3

Chapters 4-6

Chapters 7-9

Chapters 10-12

Chapters 13-16


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Vabungula is an artificial language invented by Bill Price in 1965.
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