Estennialon de tsonoue, Jesous ahatonhia!

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1. Estennialon de tsonoue Jesous ahatonnhia
Onn'a ouateoua d'oki n'onlouandaskouaentak
Ennonchien skouatrihotat n'onlouandilonrachatha
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

2. Aloki onkinnhache eronhialeronnon
iontonk ontatiande ndio sen tsatonnharonnion
Ouarie onnaouakoueton ndio sen tsatonnharonnion
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

3. Achink ontahonraskoua d'hatirihouannens
Tichion halonniondetha onhoua achia ahatren
Ondaiete hahahakoua tichion halonniondetha
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

4. Tho ichien stahation tethotondi Jesous
ahoatatende tichion stan chi tehaouennion
Ahalonatorenten iatonk atsion sken
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

5. Onne ontahation chiahonalen Jesous
Ahatichiennonniannon kahachia handialon
Te honannonronkouannnion ihontonk oerisen
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

6. Te hekouatatennonten ahekouachiendaen
Te hekouannonronkouannion de sonlouentenrande
Outoleti skouannonhoue ichierhe akennonhonstha
Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

Source: TTT-Himnaro Cigneta #588

Author: St. Jean de Brébeuf

Jean de Brébeuf, Jesuit missionary, born at Condé-sur-Vire in Normandy, 25 March, 1593; died in Canada, near Georgian Bay, 16 March, 1649. His desire was to become a lay brother, but he finally entered the Society of Jesus as a scholastic, 8 November, 1617. According to Ragueneau it was 5 October. Though of unusual physical strength, his health gave way completely when he was twenty-eight, which interfered with his studies and permitted only what was strictly necessary, so that he never acquired any extensive theological knowledge. On 19 June, 1625, he arrived in Quebec, with the Recollect, Joseph de la Roche d' Aillon, and in spite of the threat which the Calvinist captain of the ship made to carry him back to France, he remained in the… Go to person page >

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First Line: Estennialon de tsonoue, Jesous ahatonhia!
Original Language: Wyandot (Huron)
Author: St. Jean de Brébeuf (c. 1640)
Language: Wyandot (Huron)
Refrain First Line: Jesous ahatonhia, ahatonhia! Jesous ahatonhia!

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