Periodické tabulky v americké angličtině (rozdíl v názvosloví oproti kontinentální  angličtině u hliníku Al a cesia Cs, nejednotné názvy u síry S a u fosforu P) Periodické tabulky v kanadské angličtině (rozdíl v názvosloví oproti americké angličtině u W - v kanadské WOLFRAM v americké TUNGSTEN). Hlavní tabulku (foto.JPG přivezl Kuba ze svého ročního pobytu v Kanadě)  Aleut Periodic Tables of the Elements Inupiaq Periodic Table - Periodicka tabulka v aljasske eskymactine (pod vlajkou Aljašky) Inuktitut Periodic Table - Periodicka tabulka v nunavutske eskymactine Inuttut Periodic Table - Periodicka tabulka v labradorske eskymactine Cree Periodic Table Tlingit Periodic Table Gwich'in Periodic Table Alaskan Haida Periodic Table Plautdietsch - varianta Low German používaná křesťanskou skupinou Minnonity v Kanadě a v USA Dogrib Periodic Table Abenaki Periodic Table Anishinaabe - Ojibwe - nazvy nekolika chemickych prvku v jazyku americkych indianu odzibvejstine (anisinabemovstine) Salish(an) Periodic Table Cheyenne Periodic Table Lakota Periodic Table Aparaho Periodic table Chinook Periodic Table Mingo - nazvy nekolika chemickych prvku v jazyku americkych indianu Mingo Cherokee Periodic Table Alabama - nazvy nekolika chemickych prvku v jazyku Alabama, ktery pouzivaji Indiani zijici ve statu Texa (USA) Navajo Periodic Table Hawaiian- nazvy chemickych prvku v havajstine


Cree dictionary

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Cree Periodic Table of the Elements / Periodická tabulka v kríjštině

 
   

Saskatchewan Plains Cree Syllabics

           
               
              Fe

pîwâpisk

wâpâpiskisiw
    Cu

osâwâpiskisiw

osâwâpiskâw
             
_ _                 __Ag

peyakwapisk
    Sn

kinwâskicês
       
                    ______Au______

osâwisôniyâw

osâwi-sôniyâw
    Pb

môsisiniwapisk
       
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Anishinaabe - Ojibwe - nazvy nekolika chemickych prvku v jazyku americkych indianu odzibvejstine (anisinabemovstine) Cherokee Periodic Table
Inuktitut Periodic Table
Roman orthography pîwâpisk wâpâpiskisiw osâwâpiskisiw osâwâpiskâw peyakwapisk osâwisôniyâw osâwi-sôniyâw môsisiniwapisk kinwâskicês
Maskwacis Plains Cree Syllabic
Saskatchewan Plains Cree Syllabic
Woods Cree Syllabic
Swampy Cree Syllabic                

Maskwacis Plains Cree Syllabics Table
Manitoba

Saskatchewan Plains Cree Syllabics Table
Saskatchewan

Woods Cree Syllabics Table
ManitobaSaskatchewan

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Kríjština je společný název blízce spřízněných jazyků algonkinské jazykové skupiny používaných přibližně 100 000 mluvčími v Kanadě od Alberty po Labrador.

Jejich společenské i oficiální postavení je napříč Kanadou různé. Jsou jedním ze sedmi oficiálních jazyků Severozápadních teritorií, ale hovoří jimi jen malá část jejich obyvatelstva v okolí města Fort Smith. V mnoha oblastech jsou jazyky široce používanými v místních komunitách a vyučovanými ve školách. V ostatních oblastech jejich používání rychle klesá.


 

James Bay (Eastern) Cree language

East  (James Bay) Cree language East  (James Bay) Cree language  

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  Northern dialect Southern dialect
Au
ushaaushuwiyaanaapiskw

usaaushuuliyaau
Cu
kaaushaawaapishchishit

kaamihkwaapishchishit

kaausaawaapiskushit
Ag  
waasheyaapischisuu
East  (James Bay) Cree language  

 


Naskapi language

Naskapi flag / Naskapi website

Quebec flag / Naskapi Language

Labrador flag / Naskapi Language

Au
wiisaausunaayaaw
Cu
kaawiiswaawaapiskaach

Naskapi is an Central Algonquian language with about 525 speakers in the Innu community of Kawawachikamach in Northern Quebec and Mushuau in Labrador, Canada. The name Naskapi means "lousy dressers" in Montagnais. They call themselves Innu, and are part of the same Nation as the Montagnais, though their languages are distinct. Naskapi is written either with a version of the Cree syllabary in Quebec, and with the Latin alphabet in Labrador.English - Naskapi dictionary

Innu_Naskapi language
Naskapi_language

 

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Innu flag

Innu language

Innu language

Labrador flag / Naskapi Language

 

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Innu-aimun Periodic Table of the Elements

 
   

Sheshatshiu Dialect

           
    __Al
ka_nakashit_assikuman
         
              Fe
ka_kashteuat_assikuman
  Ni
ka_shuniapishkat_assikuman
Cu
kashuminitshishut
             
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ka_shuniapishkat_ashini
             
                    Au
ka_uishauat_assikuman
Hg
assikumanapui
  Pb
ashinikan
       
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Innu-aimun Periodic Table of the Elements

 
   

Mushuau Dialect

           
    __Al
ka_nakashits_nisheku
         
              Fe
ka_uinipats_nisheku
  Ni
ka_shuniapishkats_nisheku
Cu
kashuminitshishuts
             
_ _                 __Ag
ka_shuniapishkats_ashini
             
                    Au
ka_uishauats_nisheku
Hg
assikumanapui
  Pb
ashinikan
       
    [English - Innu (Mushuau dialect) dictionary] Difference agains Sheshatshiu Dialect red colour

Dialects of Innu-aimun
Although Innu-aimun is a single language spoken in both Labrador and Quebec, there are many regional differences. Within Labrador, members of the two Innu communities speak significantly different dialects: Sheshatshiu-aimun is more closely related to the language as it is spoken by Innu in south-eastern Quebec, while Mushuau-aimun has a great deal in common with the Naskapi and Cree dialects of northern Quebec. Differences in pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary between the two dialects mean that an Innu interpreter fluent in Sheshatshiu-aimun, for instance, will likely not be able to translate quickly and accurately for a speaker of Mushuau-aimun. This fact has made the provision of two glossaries a necessity.

This volume outlines the sounds and grammatical structure of the Innu-aimun dialect spoken in the community of Sheshatshiu, Labrador, formerly known as North West River. This variety of Innu-aimun (also known as Montagnais) is similar to the Uashunnu dialect spoken in Sept-Iles and Schefferville, Quebec and is also closely related to the Innu-aimun varieties of the Quebec Lower North Shore - that is, the Mashkuannu dialect spoken in Mingan, Natashquan, La Romaine and St. Augustin. (The map on page ix shows the location of these communities.)
To a lesser extent, Sheshatshiu Innu-aimun shares features with the only other variety of Innu-aimun spoken in Labrador, the Mushuau dialect spoken in Natuashish, which from a linguistic perspective is best described as Eastern Naskapi (MacKenzie (1980) contains a discussion of the use of the terms Montagnais and Naskapi).
The Innu-aimun dialects spoken in the Quebec-Labrador peninsula form a dialect continuum with the Cree dialects spoken in Central and Western Canada (see for example MacKenzie 1980 for details). The Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi grouping constitutes, both geographically and numerically, the largest aboriginal Canadian linguistic subgroup. Like Ojibwa, Blackfoot and Mi'kmaq, CreeMontagnais-Naskapi is part of the Algonquian language family.

Innu_Naskapi language  

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