Krakochano language

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Krakochan Language

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Spoken in Natú
Total speakers 17
Type Artlang
Influenced by Spanish, German, Nahuatl, Hebrew, Italian

The Krakochano it is the official language of the Imperio de Natú, it is an artificial language that is being taught primarily in Latin Amercia.

History

It was created by Emperor Regent Davis I de Valencia in 2012, language has features of Spanish, Hebrew, Portuguese, Nahuatl, Italian and English, was created with the intention to replace the Spanish in Latin America.

Example

Krakochan Elohim.
English God.
Spanish Dios.
Portuguese Deus.
  • Juan 3:16 in Krakochan

Perké ikin amo Elohim il mondo, ké dio sua iho hunigeniko, pare ké totí il ké krée in Il non se perda, senon ké tenga veda etherna.

  • Our Father in Krakochan

Fadre nuostro ké estas in lous cielos, santifikate sia tu nome, venga tu regno; agase tu volontad come in il cielo tamben sabre la terre, nuostro pan du cada día darnos hoy y perdonaous nuostra deduci; come tanbem nuosotros perdunamos a nuostros deducios, y libranos du la tenta; porke tuo is il regno, il potente y la gloria, per lo siglo dullo siglo, Amen

(Our Father)

Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed by Thy name, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.

Amén.)

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