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The Little Prince

I collect The Little Prince (Antoine de Saint-Exupéry) in different languages. This is what I've got so far: (If you know how to get editions in other languages, let me know :-)

Updated 8 November 2019

  • Alsters (Flemish)
  • Afrikaans
  • Alur (Uganda)
  • Amhara (Ethiopia)
  • Anatolian Armenian
  • Anglo-Saxon Runes
  • Arabic
  • Arabic Darija (Moroccan)
  • Arabic (Syria)
  • Arabic (Beirut and Baghdad)
  • Arabic, Iraqi Baghdadi
  • Arabic, Emirati
  • Arabic, Palestianian (in Hebrew and in Arabic script)
  • Aramaic
  • Armenian
  • Aromanian
  • Assamese
  • Aymara
  • Azeri
  • Albanian
  • Bambara/Bamana (Mali)
  • Bashkir
  • Basque
  • Basque Souletin dialect
  • Belorussian
  • Bikol (Philippines)
  • Bengali
  • Bosnian
  • Bulgarian
  • Banat Bulgarian dialect
  • Braille (English)
  • Braille (Spanish)
  • Breton
  • Burmese
  • Buryat
  • Cambodian (Khmer)
  • Cantonese
  • Cap Verde creole
  • Catalan
  • Chabacano 2x (Spanish-based creol from the Phillipines)
  • Chechen
  • Chuvash
  • Chinese (both simplified and traditional)
  • Chinese (Taiwanese traditional)
  • Chinese with Pinyin Latin transcription
  • Cordel style Brazilian Portuguese
  • Cornish
  • Croatian
  • Croatian Kajkavsi dialect
  • Creol di Sicor(Senegal)
  • Czech
  • Dan (Ivory Coast, Liberia)
  • Danish
  • Dari
  • Drents (Dutch dialect)
  • Dutch
  • Dzongkha (Bhutan)
  • Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs
  • English,
  • Middle English (Chaucer's English from the 14th century)
  • Old English (Anglo Saxon from the 10th century)
  • Esperanto
  • Estonian
  • Estonian Seto dialect
  • Even (RU)
  • Faroese
  • Filipino
  • Finnish
  • Forro, Portuguese based Criollo of São Tomé islad
  • French
  • French dialects and regional languages: Provencal, Franco Provencal (patois valdoten), Occitan-Gascon, Occitan-Provencal, Nicard (Nice), Breton, Picard(Ch'ti, Ch'timi), Picaed borain,Phonetic French. Savoyard, Limousin (Provençal),Normand, Vaudios (Francoprovençal), Old French (12th century), Gallo, Welche (Alsace), Waloon Lie'geois (B),Walon Central de Namur (Belgium), Walon d'l'oûwès (pârlér di Tchèss'lét, Belgium), Guénâ(Bresse louhannaise (langue d'oïl), Occitan Languedocien , Lorrain-Gaumais d'Virton, Burgundian, Patois Tendasque, Fribourg, Francprovençal, Poitevin-Santongeais, Béarnaise)
  • Frisian (NL)
  • Georgian
  • German,
  • German dialects and historical:( Althochdeutsch (Alemanic dialect), Mittelhochdeutsch, Viennese (2 versions),Carinthian (Kaerntnerisch,Karntnarisch), Berliner,Badisch Alemanisch, Koelsch (from Cologne),Bavarian,Swiss German (Bern),Swiss German (Basel), Plattduutsch, Pennsylvania Dutch, Hunsrick/Hunsrückish from Brasil,Ruhrdeutsch, Hessisch, Saarländisch, Schwäbisch,Düsseldorfer Platt, Franconian, Sütterlin script, Westpfälzisch-Saarländisch, Wallisserdüütsch(Swiss German), Straßburg dialect, Saterfriesisch, Badisch-Südfränkisch, Hunsrücker Platt, Aachner/Öcher Platt, Sölrig Friesisch, Fering (N Frisian),Frasch (N Frisian), Oberösterreichisch/Upper Austrian, Tyrolean, Ostfriesisch,Kurpfälzisch, Cimbrian (IT), Saxon, Eupener Platt, South Tyrolean, Lothringian, Niederalemannisch&Lower Alsatian,)
  • German Fraktur
  • Greek
  • Ancient Greek
  • Greenlandic
  • Guadaloupe Creole (French based)
  • Guaraní
  • Guarani 2
  • Guyana Creole (French based)
  • Haïtian Creole
  • Hakka Chinese
  • Hawaiian
  • Hawaiian Pidgin
  • Hebrew
  • Hemsin (Armenian dialect from Turkey)
  • Hungarian (4 different translations)
  • Old Hungarian-Székely Runic (Rovás)
  • Hindi
  • Icelandic
  • Ido
  • Indonesian
  • Dutch Indonesian ( Bahasa Hindia Belinda, old Dutch Indies language)
  • Interlingua
  • Italian
  • Italian dialects: Milanese,Bolognese,Napoletan,Bergamese(Treviglies), Venetian, Dialect of the Province of Veneto, Genoese, Sicilian,Ladin (Rhetoromanic,Romansch):Ladin Gherdein, Ladin Badiot, Ladin of Val Badia (same dialect as previous),Slavomolisano (Na-nasu), Parmigiano,Roman,Sardinian Gallurese (Gaddhuresu), Sardinian (Sardo,Sardi),Sardinian Campidanesu, Triestino, Molisano, Salentino, Genovese, Tabarchin (Sardinian), Teramano (Abruzze), Friuli, Trentino, Livornese,Barese 2x (2 different). Perugian, Piemontese, Ternano, Pugliese,Mantovano,Romagnol,Arsan (Reggiano from Emilia), Calabrese, Fiuman, West Friulian , Sardinian Casteddanu (Corsican dialect from Sardinia), Sardinian Isulanu (Corsican dialect from Sardinia), Pesarese, Alguerés, Sardu Meridional, Reatino, Corsican, Modenese, Sardinian Sassareso, Venetion/Venessian, Sardinian Orunese, Montebelluno, Dolomites Ladin-Ampezzano, Frentano)
  • Irish Gaelic
  • Japanese
  • Jamaican creole
  • Kabardian (Circassian)
  • Kambaata (Ethiopia)
  • Kannada (Karnataka,India)
  • Karaim
  • Karelian
  • Karen
  • Kashubian
  • Kazakh
  • Kinyarwanda
  • Kirundi
  • Koalib (Nuba, Sudan)
  • Korean
  • Kumanish (conlang)
  • Kumyk (Turkic from Russia)
  • Kurdish (Kurmanji, Turkey, Latin alphabet 3 versions)
  • Kurdish Gorani
  • Kurdish Sorani
  • Kyrgyz
  • Lanna
  • Latin
  • Latvian
  • Laz (Turkey)
  • Laz (Hopa dialect, related to Georgian, from Turkey)
  • Lingua Franca Nova
  • Lower Sorbian (Niedersorbisch/Wendisch) Germany
  • North Limburgs (NL)
  • South Limburgs (NL)
  • Laotian
  • Latgalian
  • Lemko (Ukranian from Poland)
  • Lingua Franca Nova
  • Lithuanian
  • Luxemburgish
  • Macedonian
  • Malay
  • Malayalam (India)
  • Malgasy (Madagascar)
  • Maltese
  • Mapudungun
  • Marathi
  • Mari (RU)
  • language of the Marquesas Islands (Pacific)
  • Martinique Creole (French based)
  • Mashi (Kongo)
  • Masurian Polish
  • Mauritius Creole
  • Mayan (T'aan dialect)
  • Mayan (Kaqchikel dialect)
  • Mingrelian (related to Georgian)
  • Mongolian (Cyrillic scipt, Mongolia)
  • Mongolian (Traditional script, Inner Mongolia-China)
  • Morse (French)
  • Nepalese
  • Norwegian
  • Norwegian Nynorsk
  • Nahuatl (Aztec language from Mexico)
  • Nzoi (Congo)
  • Otomí (Mexico)
  • Ovdalsk/Alvdalish (Swedish dialect)
  • Obersorbisch (Slavic minority language in East Germany)
  • Oriya (India)
  • Ossetian (Iron)
  • Ossetian (Digor)
  • Ottoman Turkish (Language of the Ottoman Empire before 1920) 2 versions
  • Punjabi
  • Pashtoo (Afghanistan)
  • Persian (Farsi)
  • Persian children’s comics version
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • old Prussian
  • Qashqai Turkic (Iran)
  • Quechua (language of the Incas)
  • Quechua 2
  • Rajastani (India)
  • Raramuri (Chihuahua,Mexico)
  • Réunion (French based)
  • Rodriguan creol
  • Romani (Gipsy)
  • Roumanian
  • Rumantsch Grischun (Graubuendner Romanisch, Rhaetoromanisch)
  • Russian
  • Sambahsa (constructed language based on Proto-Indoeuropean)
  • Sami (North Sami)
  • Sami (Inari)
  • Sango (creole from the Central African Republic)
  • Sanskrit
  • Scots (Lallans)
  • Scots (Ayrshire dialect)
  • Scots Gaelic
  • Serbian (Cyrillic)
  • Serbian (Latin)
  • Setswana (Botswana)
  • Silesian Polish
  • Singhalese
  • Singlish (Singapore English)
  • Slovak
  • Slovenian
  • Soninke (Mali)
  • South Jutic (DK)
  • Spanish
  • Spanish regional and dialects: Catalan,Asturian,Extremeno (Castuo), Aragonese,Basque, Ladino (Djudeo-Espanyol), Galician, Leonés, Valenciano (Castillian style spelling),Valenciano (Catalan style spelling) Aranés, Eonavian (Galician-Asturian) Andalusian,Murciano, Lengua Val de Xalima (Extremadura), Mallorquí)
  • (Spanish (Argentinia, illustrated by Milo Lockett)
  • Spanish (Mexico)
  • Spanish Aljamía (Spanish in Arabic script)
  • Sunda (Java, Indonesian)
  • Surinamese
  • Swahili
  • Swedish
  • Tahitian
  • Tajik
  • Tamazight(Berber, Morocco)
  • Tamil
  • Tének (Huesteco, Native American language from Mexico)
  • Telugu (india)
  • Thai
  • Tigrinya
  • Toba (Native American language from Argentina)
  • Tongan
  • Transmuranian Slovenian
  • Tseltal (Chiapas, Mexico)
  • Turkish ( color code)
  • Tutunaku ( Totonaco de la Sierra,Puebla, Mexico)
  • Tibetan
  • Tigrinya
  • Turkish
  • Turkish runic script (Göktürk)
  • Turkish (simplified edition for children)
  • Turkish colour code edition
  • Turkish cartoon version for children
  • Tzotzil (Mayan)
  • Uighur
  • Ukranian
  • Upper Sorbian (Oberersorbisch/Wendisch) Germany
  • Urdu
  • Uzbek (in Cyrillic)
  • Uzbek (in Latin script)
  • Vabungula (constructed language)
  • Vietnamese
  • Volga Tatar
  • Wielkopolski Polish dialect
  • Welsh
  • Xhosa
  • Yiddish
  • Warsaw Yiddish
  • Wayuu
  • Wolof
  • Zazaki (Turkey)
  • Zulu

396 different languages in total.

start.txt · Last modified: 2019/11/08 11:34 by ferenc