De Staarumer kóónings sóón die ‘t ‘n swèèₐd òpgraiwde

Skriiₐnd tróch Dyami Millarson

‘r Weer ‘s ‘n déégeliken kóónings sóón ien Staarum, die ‘t nei Hielpen geeng óm tó jeijen.

Hie woêₑd sien òpbriengst oeₑn ‘e Góóden jòòₑn nei goo gebroek.

De joengen daade ‘n hien en òffere die oeₑn Baddehenne oender ‘n baim ien ‘t Kreiler wââld.

Hie see: Iek wòl ‘n swèèₐd, dòt mie de gräste held fan Frieslâând meikje sòl.

Dèè hééₐde ‘r ‘s ‘n frouliken stemme kómmende fan twisken de baimen.

Die see: ,,Doe bist ‘n sóón fan ‘e graaₑte kóóning fan Frieslâând, doe hest oeₑn mie ‘n graaₑt òffer bròòₑt en deróm sòst ‘n graaₑt man wòdde. Nó, graiw ‘n gat bie de baim der ‘t stoe dòt òffer oeₑn mie bròòₑt hest. Der sòst-toe fiende het stoe begééₐst.”

De joengen graiwde en graiwde oent ‘r ‘n góóldenen swèèₐd faand.

Het ‘n gelók het die kèèₐdel heent óm sók swèèₐd òpgraiwe tó meijen!

Só wââd ‘r ‘n man die ‘t altieten ien ‘e ââlde Góóden leeuwd het oent sien daa.

Hó ‘t trouw ‘r èₐlk jiir òffes bròòₑt, mekke ‘n graaₑten iendrók òp ‘t fòlk fan Hielepen, dòt de géést fan die graaₑte man jitte lang nei sien daa ek mei òffes ééₐde bie sien gròf, der ‘t nó ‘n graaₑten serke stéét.

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    • Thank you for following, liking and commenting!
      The language that is presented here is called Hielepes (indigenous name) or Hindeloopers (Dutch name).
      It has only about 300 speakers, and we learned the tongue of Hindeloopen only this year. It was a real challenge!
      Yesterday we gave a presentation about this language and we accepted several interviews.
      So yesterday and today news articles have appeared about the event.
      When the event was concluded by Stichting Behoud voor Behoud van Immaterieel Erfgoed Hindeloopen (non-profit organisation for the preservation of immaterial heritage of Hindeloopen), people applauded for our effort to study the language and we received the honorary nickname “the ambassadors of the language of Hindeloopen”.
      We take our role for the preservation of this language seriously, and that is why we appreciate your support when we post articles in this language on our blog!
      – Dyami Millarson

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