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Roger Clarke's Waltzing Matilda en Esperanto

'Waltzing Matilda' En Esperanto

With thanks to Wim Posthuma, of Radio Esperanto in the town of Vasteras, Sweden!

Valse Matilda

Gaja vagabondo kampis apud bilabong

kie la Coolabah ombris por li

kaj li kantis atende gxis bolos en la billipot

Vi vagas valsa Matilda kun mi

Venis sxafido por trinki en la bilabong

kaptis vagulo kun gxoj` plena kri`

kaj li kantis sxovante la sxafon al la mangxosak`

Vi vagas valsa Matilda kun mi

Aperis farmisto sur pursanga al cxeval

Venis gxendarmo unu, du, tri

"Kies bela sxafo, tiu en la mangxosak"

Vi vagas valsa Matilda kun mi

Tuj la vagoulo saltis al la bilabong

"Vi vane kaptas vi min," diris li.

Kaj fantomon vi auxdos pasante cxe la bilabong.

Vi vagas valsa Matilda kun mi.

A.B. Paterson

Trad. En Esperanto: Ralph Harry

In the Esperanto alphabet is no "X". Some letters as c, g, h, j and s can have a ^ (cirkomflex) when the prononciation is else. We cannot yet write those in Internet. Thats why I put the "X" after that concerning letter. For example: sxi is pronounced as she in English and si in Esperanto is something else. When I write "ux", the u has the inverse cirkomlex and that "U" is a part of a diphthong.

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From the site's beginnings in August 1994 until February 2009, the infrastructure was provided by the Australian National University. During that time, the site accumulated close to 30 million hits. It passed 65 million in early 2021.

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Created: 29 March 1997 - Last Amended: 29 March 1997 by Roger Clarke - Site Last Verified: 15 February 2009
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