Languages of North America

2017-07-27T19:06:53+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Chitimacha language, Solano language, Cayuse language, Takelma language, Keresan languages, Tunica language, Wichita language, Yana language, Yuchi language, Atakapa language, Chimariko language, Esselen language, Salinan language, Tarahumara language, Huave language, Zuni language, Coast Tsimshian dialect, Karankawa people flashcards Languages of North America
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  • Chitimacha language
    Chitimacha (/ˌtʃɪtᵻməˈʃɑː/ CHIT-i-mə-SHAH or /tʃɪtᵻˈmɑːʃə/, chit-i-MAH-shə) is a language isolate historically spoken by the Chitimacha people of Louisiana, United States.
  • Solano language
    Solano is an unclassified extinct language formerly spoken in northeast Mexico and perhaps also in the neighboring U.
  • Cayuse language
    The Cayuse language (Cailloux, Willetpoos) is an extinct unclassified language formerly spoken by the Cayuse Native American tribe in the U.
  • Takelma language
    Takelma /təˈkɛlmə/ was the language spoken by the Latgawa and Takelma people and Cow Creek band of Upper Umpqua.
  • Keresan languages
    Keresan /kəˈriːsən/, also Keres /ˈkɛərᵻs/, is a dialect cluster spoken by the Keres Pueblo people in New Mexico.
  • Tunica language
    The Tunica (or Tonica, or less common form Yuron) language is a language isolate that was spoken in the Central and Lower Mississippi Valley in the United States by Native American Tunica peoples.
  • Wichita language
    Wichita is an extinct Caddoan language once spoken in Oklahoma by the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes.
  • Yana language
    Yana (also Yanan) is an extinct language formerly spoken by the Yana people, who lived in north-central California between the Feather and Pit rivers in what is now the Shasta and Tehama counties.
  • Yuchi language
    Yuchi (Euchee) is the language of the Yuchi people living in Oklahoma.
  • Atakapa language
    Atakapa is an extinct language isolate native to southwestern Louisiana and nearby coastal eastern Texas.
  • Chimariko language
    Chimariko is an extinct language isolate formerly spoken in northern Trinity County, California, by the inhabitants of several independent communities.
  • Esselen language
    Esselen was the language of the tiny Esselen (or self-designated Huelel) Nation, which aboriginally occupied the mountainous Central Coast of California, immediately south of Monterey (Shaul 1995).
  • Salinan language
    Salinan was the indigenous language of the Salinan people of the central coast of California.
  • Tarahumara language
    The Tarahumara language (native name Rarámuri/Ralámuli ra'ícha "people language") is a Mexican indigenous language of the Uto-Aztecan language family spoken by around 70,000 Tarahumara (Rarámuri/Ralámuli) people in the state of Chihuahua, according to an estimate by the government of Mexico.
  • Huave language
    Huave (also spelled Wabe) is a language isolate spoken by the indigenous Huave people on the Pacific coast of the Mexican state of Oaxaca.
  • Zuni language
    Zuni /ˈzuːni/ (also formerly Zuñi) is a language of the Zuni people, indigenous to western New Mexico and eastern Arizona in the United States.
  • Coast Tsimshian dialect
    Tsimshian, known by its speakers as Sm'álgyax, is a dialect of the Tsimshian language spoken in northwestern British Columbia and southeastern Alaska.
  • Karankawa people
    Karankawa (also Karankawan, Comanches, Cocos, and called in their language Auia) are a tribe of Native Americans, now a restored nation, who played a pivotal part in early Texas history.