|Title:||Нучӣкэ принси [Nutshiike prinsi]
|Translator:||Elena A. Bibikova (from the Russian translation of Nora Gal')|
Remarks: Thanks to the generousity of the scientific co-ordinators. The book can be downloaded as PDF version here. It is not for sale!
Гэ, Нучӣкэ принсē! Оjи-оjӯканӡи бӣ уидēхэмби, гассаммӯли, пусуjӯллӣ биччини сӣ биввуриси. Горо эрумбэ синду биччини гēда хупи ― сӣ сэксэ гēватаини аjауми итэчихэси. Бӣ сāхамби чава ӡӣллē инэӈи чимаидуни, хāли сӣ уччиси: Бӣ ӡиӈ аjауриви гēвамба.
The Uilta (Orok) language belongs to the Northern branch of the Manchu-Tungus (Tungusic) languages. It is spoken by about 40 - 70 people in the Poronaysky and Nogliksky Administrative Divisions of Sakhalin Island in the Russian Federation. There are also some Oroks who live on Hokkaido island in Japan and maybe some of them speak Orok. The language is used as an everyday language by some members of the older generation of Orok people and is taught in one school on Sakhalin. Find out more about Uilta on Wikipedia and in the repository on Endangered Languages of Siberia.
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