Ama .Bible

Discover more about the Bible in Ama – and read it for yourself.

About the Ama language

Ama is a language spoken predominantly in villages in the East Sepik province: Ama (Wopolu I), Kauvia (Kawiya), Waniap creek, Wopolu II (Nokonufa), and Yonuwai villages in the Ambunti district. These villages are on hills surrounding the Sepik River.

1 On the first day of the second month in the second year after the people of Israel left Egypt, the Lord spoke to Moses there in the Tent of his presence in the Sinai Desert. He said, 2 “You and Aaron are to take a census of the people of Israel by clans and families. List the names of all the men 3 twenty years old or older who are fit for military service.

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Genesis 1:1-3
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You can also find out about PNG languages by visiting these .Bible sites:
tokpisin.bible
ama.bible
are.bible
dom.bible
foi.bible
pal.bible
uri.bible
maiwa.bible

Tokuwa toku hani hani mo auwonouluwoi muwoi, noko mo na tolokainoki. Imo kaluwaiki, tani siyolo mo. Kotoni auso tolokainoki. Koto mo tomoso, to mo.

Iyono 1:1

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