Inuit languages
The Inuit languages are a closely related group of Native American languages traditionally spoken across the North American Arctic and to some extent in the subarctic in Labrador. The related Yupik la...
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Yupik languages
The Yupik /ˈjuːpɪk/ languages are the several distinct languages of the several Yupik peoples of western and southcentral Alaska and northeastern Siberia. The Yupik languages differ enough from one an...
Uummarmiut dialect
Uummarmiutun or Canadian Iñupiaq is the variant of Iñupiatun (or Inuvialuktun) spoken by the Uummarmiut, part of the Inuvialuit, who live mainly in the communities of Inuvik and Aklavik in the Northwe...
Inupiat language
Inupiat /ɪˈnʲuːpiæt/, or Alaskan Inuit, is a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken by the Inupiat people in northern and northwestern Alaska. The Inupiat language is a member of the Eskimo l...
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Romanization of Inuktitut
The following is a list of romanizations of Inuktitut.
ᐦ hᑉ pᑦ tᒃ kᒡ gᒻ mᓐ nᔅ sᓪ lᔾ jᕝ vᕐ rᖅ qᖕ ngᖖ nngᖦ łᐃ iᐄ iiᐅ uᐆ uuᐊ aᐋ aa
Cella (Yup'ik word)
Yup'ik Eskimo Peoples use the word "Cella" (also ella, cilla) to refer to the world, universe, environment, awareness, senses, mood, outdoors and weather. Cella is one of many Yup'ik words that refers...
Cella (Yup'ik word) - Wikipedia
Iñupiaq Braille
Iñupiaq Braille is a braille alphabet of the Inupiat language maintained by the Alaskan Department of Education.
The print digraphs ch and sh are digraphs in braille as well. The alphabet is,⠻ fo...
Iñupiaq Braille - Wikipedia
Central Alaskan Yup'ik language
Central Alaskan Yup'ik or just Yup'ik (also called Yupik, Central Yup'ik, or indigenously Yugtun) is one of the languages of Yupik family, in turn a member of the Eskimo–Aleut language group, spoken i...
Naukan Yupik language
Naukan Yupik language or Naukan Siberian Yupik language is an Eskimo language spoken by ca. 70 Naukan persons (нывуӄаӷмит) on Chukotka peninsula. It is one of the four Yupik languages, along with Cent...
Inuit grammar
The Inuit language, like other Eskimo–Aleut languages, has a very rich morphological system, in which a succession of different suffixes are added to root words to indicate things that, in languages l...
Inuktitut
Inuktitut (/ɪˈnʊktɨtʊt/; [inuktiˈtut], ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ), also Eastern Canadian Inuktitut or Eastern Canadian Inuit, is one of the principal Inuit languages of Canada. It is spoken in all areas north of the t...
Aleut language
Aleut (Unangam Tunuu), also known as Unangan, is a language of the Eskimo–Aleut language family. It is the heritage language of the Aleut (Unangax̂) people living in the Aleutian Islands, Pribil...
Inuvialuk language
Inuvialuktun, also known as Western Canadian Inuit, Western Canadian Inuktitut, and Western Canadian Inuktun, comprises several Inuit dialects spoken in the northern Northwest Territories and Nunavut ...
Nunatsiavummiut dialect
Inuttitut, or Inuttut is a Canadian dialect of Inuktitut. It was once spoken across northern Labrador by Inuit people, whose traditional lands have now been consolidated as Nunatsiavut and NunatuKavut...
Inuktun language
Inuktun (English: Polar Eskimo, Danish: nordgrønlandsk, polareskimoisk, thulesproget, Greenlandic: avanersuarmiutut) is the language of approximately 1,000 indigenous Inughuit, inhabiting ...
Inupiatun
Inupiat /ɪˈnʲuːpiæt/, or Alaskan Inuit, is a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken by the Inupiat people in northern and northwestern Alaska. The Inupiat language is a member of the Eskimo l...
North Baffin dialect
The North Baffin dialect (Qikiqtaaluk uannangani or Iglulingmiut) of Canadian Inuit is spoken on the northern part of Baffin Island, at Iglulik and the adjacent part of the Melville Peninsula, and in ...
Central Siberian Yupik language
Siberian Yupik (also known as Central Siberian Yupik, Bering Strait Yupik, Yuit, Yoit, "St. Lawrence Island Yupik", and in Russia "Chaplinski Yupik" or Yuk) is one of the Yupik languages of the Eskimo...
Inuktitut writing
The Inuit languages are a closely related group of Native American languages traditionally spoken across the North American Arctic and to some extent in the subarctic in Labrador. The related Yupik la...
Inuktitut writing - Wikipedia
Inuit numerals
Kaktovik Inupiaq numeralsInuit, like other Eskimo languages (and Celtic and Mayan languages as well), uses a vigesimal counting system. Inuit counting has sub-bases at 5, 10, and 15.Arabic numerals we...
Utkuhiksalik dialect
Utkuhiksalik, Utkuhikhalik, Utkuhikhaliq, Utkuhiksalingmiutitut, Utkuhiksalingmiutut, Utkuhiksalingmiut Inuktitut, Utku, Gjoa Haven dialect is a sub-dialect of Natsilingmiutut (Nattiliŋmiut) dialect o...
Tornrak
Tornrak is the third opera by Welsh composer John Metcalf. It has an English-language libretto by Michael Wilcox with Inuktitut sections translated by Blendina Makkik. Set between the worlds of the Ca...
Aivilik dialect
Aivilik, also known as Aivilingmiutut, Aivillirmiut, and Kangiqłniq, is a Canadian dialect of the Inuit language spoken along the northwestern shores of Hudson Bay in Nunavut. The governments of Nuna...
Nunivak Cup'ig language
Nunivak Cup'ig or just Cup'ig (own name Cugtun) is a language or separate dialect of Central Alaskan Yup'ik spoken in Central Alaska at the Nunivak Island by Nunivak Cup'ig people (own name Cup'it or ...
Nunivak Cup'ig language - Wikipedia
Kangiryuarmiut dialect
Kangiryuarmiutun (sometimes Kangirjuarmiut(un)), is a dialect of Inuit language spoken in Ulukhaktok, Northwest Territories, Canada by the Kangiryuarmiut, a Copper Inuit people. The dialect is part of...