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Anglo-Saxon Rosary Prayers
This language is also known as Old English.

This extinct language was spoken by  people in England and southern Scotland between the mid-5th century and the mid-12th century.  it is considered a West Germanic language closely related to Old Frisian.

See also The Work of God's Children page for the illustrated version of prayers in this language.
Fǣðer ūre / Our Father / Pater Noster
Fǣðer ūre, þū þe eart on heofonum;
Sī þīn nāma gehālgod,
tō becume þīn rīce,
gewurþe þīn willa,
on eorðan swā swā on heofonum.
ūrne gedæghwamlican hlāf syle ūs tōdæg,
and forgyf ūs ūre gyltas,
swā swā wē forgyfað ūrum gyltendum,

Nal Wes ðu, Maria / Hail Mary / Ave Maria
Nal Wes ðu,Maria, mid gyfe gefylled, Drihten midðe.
Đu eart gebletsoð on wifum and
gebletsod ðines innoðes wæstm, se Næland.
Nalige Maria, Godes modor
gebide for us synfullum,
nu and on pære tide ures forðsiðes. Amen.

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