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Ido Rosary Prayers
This language is also known as Mixtec or Southeastern Nochixtlán.
This language is spoken by people in Mexico.
Ido is the short name for Esperandido, an artificial language that is a simplified version of Esperanto, which was developed in the late 1800's and early 1900's by Lazarus Ludwig Zamenhof (1859 – 1917), a Polish ophthalmologist.  Ido was developed to bring Esperanto into closer alignment with Western European expectations of an ideal language, based on Spanish, English, French, Latin, and Italian.

See also The Work of God's Children page for the illustrated version of prayers in this language.

Patro Nia /Our Father / Pater Noster

Patro nia, qua esas en la cielo,
tua nomo santigesez,
tua regno advenez,
tua volo facesez quale en la cielo
tale anke sur la tero.
Donez a ni cadie l'omnadiala pano,
e pardonez a ni nia ofensi,
quale anke ni pardonas a nia ofensanti,
e ne duktez ni aden la tento,
ma liberigez ni del malajo.
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