Lingua Creola Ludoviciana

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Omnes Francogallicae varietates in Ludoviciana: in paroeciis flavis pictis, 4–10%, aurantiis 10–15%, rubris 15–20%, aquilis 20–30% hominum Francogallice vel Francogallice Ludoviciane domi loqui solent.
Parociae in Ludoviciana ubi homines creolice insigniter loquuntur.

Lingua Creola Ludoviciana (creolice kréyol la lwizyàn; Francogallice créole louisianais) est lingua in lingua Francogallica condita qua nonnulli incolae Ludovicianae civitatis Civitatum Foederatarum utuntur. Quae plerumque consistit in elementis linguae Francogallicae, linguarum Indorum Americanorum, et linguarum Africae.

Pater Noster[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nouzòt Popá, ki dan syèl-la
Tokin nom, li sinkifyè,
N'ap spéré pou to
rwayomm arivé, é n'a fé ça
t'olé dan syèl; paréy si la tèujr
Donné-nou jordi dipin tou yé jou,
é pardon nouzòt péshé paréy nou pardon
lê moun ki fé nouzòt sikombé tentasyon-la,
Mé délivré nou depi mal.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Brown, B. The Social Consequences of Writing Louisiana French. JSTOR 4168410.
  • Carlisle, Aimee Jeanne. Language Attrition in Louisiana Creole French. University of California, Davis PDF.
  • Dubois, Sylvie, et Megan Melançon. 2000 Creole Is, Creole Ain't: Diachronic and Synchronic Attitudes toward Creole Identity in Southern Louisiana. Language in Society 29(2):237–258.
  • Dubois et Horvath. Creoles and Cajuns: A Portrait in Black and White.
  • Fortier. Alcée. 1895. Louisiana Folk-Tales in French Dialect and English Translation. Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society' 2
  • Hail, G. M. 1992. Africans in Colonial Louisiana: The Development of Afro-Creole Culture in the Eighteenth Century. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
  • Kein, Sybil. 2005. Learn to Speak Louisiana French Creole: An Introduction. Gumbo People Products.
  • Kein, Sybil. 2006. Maw-Maw's Creole ABC Book. Gumbo People Products.
  • Klinger, Thomas A. 2003. If I could turn my tongue like that: The Creole Language of Pointe-Coupée Parish, Louisiana. Louisiana State University Press.
  • LaFleur II, John, et Brian Costello. 2013. Speaking in Tongues: Louisiana's Colonial French, Creole & Cajun Languages Tell Their Story. BookRix GmbH & Co.
  • Valdman, Albert. 1997. French and Creole in Louisiana. Plenum Press.
  • Valdman,. Albert, et al. 1998. Dictionary of Louisiana Creole. Bloomingtoniae: Indiana University Press.

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