Translations of the Book of Common Prayer

Beginning in 1999, I have worked on digitizing the Book of Common Prayer in languages other than English. This is a current list of languages. Links are available at this address.

  1. Addo
  2. Afrikaans
  3. Ainu
  4. Amharic
  5. Aoba
  6. Arabic
  7. Arapaho
  8. Armeno-Turkish
  9. Arosi
  10. Ateso
  11. Awabakal Dialect
  12. Bandi
  13. Bemba
  14. Binandere
  15. Bislama
  16. Bontok Igorot
  17. Bugotu
  18. Bukar
  19. Bullom So
  20. Cheke Holo
  21. Cherokee
  22. Cheyenne
  23. Chichewa
  24. Chinese
  25. Chinsenga
  26. Chinyanja
  27. Chipewyan
  28. Cigogo
  29. Cornish
  30. Cree
  31. Dakota
  32. Deg Xinag
  33. Dinka
  34. Eastern Canadian Inuktitut (Eastern Arctic Eskimo)
  35. English
  36. Eskimo (Point Hope Dialect)
  37. Fijian
  38. Florida Language
  39. French
  40. German
  41. Giatikshan
  42. Grebo
  43. Greek
  44. Haida
  45. Hausa
  46. Hawai’ian
  47. Hebrew
  48. Hindi
  49. “Hindoostanee”
  50. Hungarian
  51. Iban
  52. Igbo
  53. Italian
  54. Japanese
  55. Kamba
  56. Karamojong
  57. Kigiryama
  58. Kikuyu
  59. Kirundi
  60. Kisi
  61. Korean
  62. Kreyol
  63. Kwagūtl
  64. Kwanyama
  65. Kwara’ae
  66. Lau
  67. Lavukaleve
  68. Lombaha
  69. Longu
  70. Luganda
  71. Luhya
  72. Maasai (Samburu)
  73. Maewo
  74. Maisin
  75. Malagasy
  76. Malay
  77. Manx
  78. Marathi
  79. Masaba
  80. Merelava
  81. Miriam
  82. Mohawk
  83. Mota
  84. Mundari
  85. Nduindui
  86. Neklakapamuk
  87. Nishga
  88. Norwegian
  89. Nume
  90. Nupe
  91. Ojibwe
  92. Orokaiva (Pereho)
  93. Ottawa Ojibwe
  94. Pashto
  95. Persian
  96. Raga
  97. Russian
  98. Sa’a
  99. Samburu
  100. Samoan
  101. Santa Ana
  102. Saulteaux
  103. Selako
  104. Serbian
  105. Sesutho
  106. Seychellois Creole
  107. Shekiri
  108. Shona
  109. Shoshoni
  110. Sikaiana
  111. Sindhi
  112. Spanish
  113. Swedish
  114. Tagalog
  115. Taita
  116. Tamil
  117. Taveta
  118. Telugu
  119. Thai
  120. Tigara
  121. Tikopia
  122. Toga
  123. Tok Pisin
  124. Tongan
  125. Ubir
  126. Ukrainian
  127. Ulawa
  128. Upper Koyukon
  129. Vai
  130. Vaturanga
  131. Welsh
  132. Western Eskimo
  133. Wichí
  134. Yiddish
  135. Zimshian
  136. Zulu
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