The Little Prince

Der Kleine Prinz

Le Petit Prince

Chi Pichi Ülmen

Chile Mapuche People Argentina

Mapudungun – Mapudungun – Mapudungun


Title: Chi Pichi Ülmen
Publisher: Ediciones Llüfkentue
Place: Santiago de Chile, Chile
Year: 2018
Translator: Margarita Llamin Neculhual
ISBN No.: 978-956-09148-0-4

Remarks: Another wonderful project for the support of indigenous languages thanks to the initiative of Jean-Marc and the Fondation Jean-Marc Probst pour le Petit Prince. Un grand Merci!

¡Ah, pichi ülmen! Femngechi, ñochikelu, kimadeltufin tami pichi weñankun-ngechi mongen. Fentren rupachi anthü mew tami kizu ayekan niefuymi ta pu konachi anthü tani pañudngeal. Feymew kimtukufin tufachi wedungu, puliwentu mew tañi melingelu anthü mu. Feymew eymi feypien: Ayikefin ta pu konachi anthü.

Mapuche or Mapudungun (from mapu 'land' and dungun 'speak, speech') is a language spoken in south-central Chile and west central Argentina by the Mapuche people. It was formerly known as Araucanian, the name given to the Mapuche by the Spaniards; the Mapuche avoid it as a remnant of Spanish colonialism, and it is considered offensive. There are approximately 250,000 native speakers in Chile and another 10,000 in west central Argentina. See Wikipedia for more information.

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