Parra

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Parra (Para, пара, ﭘﺮة ,פָּרַה, Պարա) is derived from medieval Lingua Franca, the language of sailors and slaves in the Mediterranean basin. It is a creole spoken in the Tauridian Republic of Crimea, a small country on the Black Sea.

Natively, the name of the language is actually spelled Para; only the English spelling has 2 r's.

The Our Father:

Papa denes, ce da a seli,
Noma dedi esi santo fa fara.
Sarso dedi fa veni,
Vola dedi esi fa fara, tanta a sinla, tanta a seli.
Ves den, xat de den per nos dada,
E debiti denes perona, tanta nos perona emedebiti denes.
E a temta nos ne conduşu,
Ma nos escer de saló fara. Amen
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