|Translator:||Franklin Morales López|
Remarks: This translation has been supported by the Fondation Jean-Marc Probst pour le Petit Prince in Lausanne. Merci, Jean-Marc, pour cette initiative !
¡Ah, bulu' alà! I' ês, enà enà be' a sène tsîr ériarwa. Káwö taî tcha ta étchë̀ i wà bua' ie dör ena én bua' wa dìwö míkewa e' ajken. Ye' wa i ujté páli ujchena, bulâme ká tchë́l détche e' ta, míka bö ye' a ichè: Ye' tsër bua' wèkë̀ka dìwö míkewa e' ajken.
Bribri, also known as Bri-bri, Bribriwak, and Bribri-wak, belongs to the Chibchan languages. This language family is indigenous to the Isthmo-Colombian Area, which extends from eastern Honduras to northern Colombia and includes populations of these countries as well as Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. As of 2002, there were about 11,000 speakers left. An estimate by the National Census of Costa Rica in 2011 found that Bribri was spoken by 54.7% of the 12,785 Bribri people. See Wikipedia for more information.
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