Bibles in Burmese/ Myanmar Langeages

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Shan Common Language Gospel of Mark / Shan is related to the Thai language and is called Tai-Yai, or Tai Long in the Tai languages. It is spoken in Northeast Burma, that is to say, in the Shan States of Burma, and in pockets in Northern Thailand

Shan Common Language Gospel of Mark / Shan is related to the Thai language an

Shan Common Language Gospel of Mark / Shan is related to the Thai language and is called Tai-Yai, or Tai Long in the Tai languages. It is spoken in Northeast Burma, that is to say, in the Shan States of Burma, and in pockets in Northern Thailand

Shan Language Bible / the language is related to the Thai language and is called Tai-Yai, or Tai Long in the Tai languages. It is spoken in Northeast Burma, that is to say, in the Shan States of Burma, and in pockets in North Thailand

Shan Language Bible / the language is related to the Thai language and is called Tai-Yai, or Tai Long in the Tai languages. It is spoken in Northeast Burma, that is to say, in the Shan States of Burma, and in pockets in North Thailand

The Gospel of John in Mon Language / Lanuage spoken in Burma and Thailand

The Gospel of John in Mon Language / Lanuage spoken in Burma and Thailand

The Gospel of Luke in Mon Language

The Gospel of Luke in Mon Language [Paperback] by Bible Society

The Gospel of Luke in Mon Language

Mon Language A Digest of Scriptures consisting of extracts form the Old and New Testament  Part Number H8-Q118-S44G

Mon Language A Digest of Scriptures consisting of extracts form the Old and New Testament Part Number H8-Q118-S44G

The Holy Bible in Sgaw Karen Common Language / KARS CL 42 2008 Print

The Holy Bible in Sgaw Karen Common Language / KARS CL 42 2008 Print

Pwo Karen New Testament / 1998 Printing / The Pwo Karen languages are the second largest group of the Karen languages / The Pwo Karen people have lived in the eastern part of Burma for centuries, and in the western and northern parts of Thailand

Pwo Karen New Testament / 1998 Printing / The Pwo Karen languages are the sec

Pwo Karen New Testament / 1998 Printing / The Pwo Karen languages are the second largest group of the Karen languages / The Pwo Karen people have lived in the eastern part of Burma for centuries, and in the western and northern parts of Thailand

Shorter New Testament in Pwo Karen Language / 1994 Print

Shorter New Testament in Pwo Karen Language / 1994 Print [Vinyl Bound]

Shorter New Testament in Pwo Karen Language / 1994 Print

Kachin / Jingpaw New Testament with Psalms and Proverbs / Chyoi Pra Ai Chyum Laika A Ga Shaka Ningnan / Shakawn Kungdawn Laika / Ga Shagawp Laika / 462 - 10.5M - 1987 HKBS / Jingpho language spoken in the Kachin State in Burma and also in the PRC

Kachin / Jingpaw New Testament with Psalms and Proverbs / Chyoi Pra Ai Chyum Laika A Ga Shaka Ningnan / Shakawn Kungdawn Laika / Ga Shagawp Laika / 462 - 10.5M - 1987 HKBS / Jingpho language spoken in the Kachin State in Burma and also in the PRC

The Holy Bible in Myanmar (Burmese) / KBS- 2002 - 14M / MYAN JV32

The Holy Bible in Myanmar (Burmese) / KBS- 2002 - 14M / MYAN JV32 [Vinyl Bound]

The Holy Bible in Myanmar (Burmese) / KBS- 2002 - 14M / MYAN JV32

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