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Азиатские эскимосы говорили на трех диалектах - чаплинском, науканском, сиреникском - н обособленно стоящем старосиреникском языке

Чаплинский язык — язык юитской группы эскимосско-алеутской семьи, распространён в России в посёлках Новое ЧаплиноПровиденияСиреники, , , Уэлькальавтономногоокруга Чукотского инаострове Святого Лаврентия (США). Числооколочеловек носителей — 1600 (около 500).из них на территории России

Novou Chaplino   Dictionary

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Noaukan Yupik The Naukan language, its geographie and linguistic position

Naukan Yupik Eskimo is the language of no more than 50 speakers living mostly in Lavrentiya in Siberia but whose original home is the village of Naukan at East Cape, Siberia (Figure l)1. Despite the small size of the Naukan group, the lexicon of this language was first documented quite early, as western Eskimo languages go, one word in 1732, and a whole list of 277 words in Robeck (1791) (Figure 2). We shall not go into the history of the early documentation of the language here as that is well covered in Michael Krauss's introduction to the Naukan dictionary recently published by the

Alaska Native Language Center (ANLC) of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (see Dobrieva et al. 2004). Instead, we shall summarize the history of the new Naukan dictionary itself, and discuss how it is that a dictionary of a language spoken only in Siberia could be composed and written mostly in Alaska, by an international group of compilers: a native Naukan speaker from Lavrentiya, a Russian linguist from St. Petersburg, and two American linguists from Fairbanks. Though spoken only in Siberia, Naukan is linguistically intermediate between two languages that are spoken in Alaska: (Central) Siberian Yupik Eskimo, the language of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, and of the area of the Siberian coast directly to the west, and Central (Alaskan) Yup'ik Eskimo, spoken in southwestern Alaska only. The reason that Naukan—quite a distance to the north of both Central Yup'ik and Siberian Yupik—is intermediate is that the connection between Siberian Yupik and Central Alaskan Yup'ik undoubtedly went in a northern arc through East Cape, across the Bering Strait and the Seward Peninsula, not, as one might first think, directly across the open ocean between St. Lawrence Island and the southwestern Alaskan coast, which might be an area with no land barrier, but with quite a substantial sea barrier, not aboriginally navigable. Whether Naukan is linguistically closer to Siberian Yupik or to Central Alaskan Yup'ik, or is a third branch precisely midway between the two, and whether Naukan is at heart a Siberian language or an Alaskan language, and where exactly it arose, are questions which will be left to Krauss's introduction to the Naukan dictionary. He has marshalled some impressive evidence to place Naukan in the Alaskan camp coming to East Cape perhaps by way of  King Island. ...more


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Unikátem tohoto druhu azbuky je písmeno W


Sirenik Yupik, Sireniki Yupik (also Old Sirenik or Vuteen), Sirenik or Sirenikskiy is an extinct Eskimo–Aleut language. It was spoken in and around the village of Sireniki (Сиреники) in Chukotka Peninsula, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russia. The language shift has been a long process, ending in total language death. In January 1997 the last native speaker of the language, a woman named Vyie (Valentina Wye)
Noaukan Yupik
Noaukan Yupik

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Alaska Periodic Table:[Aleut][Athna][Deg Xinag][Eyak][Gwichin][Haida][Hän]Holikachuk][Inupiaq]Koyukon][Tanacross][Tanaina][Tlingit][Yupik]Russian Alaska[Russian Alaska]

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Central Alaskan Yup'ik Periodic Table
Periodická tabulka v centrální aljašské eskymáčtině

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= Nunivak Island Cup'ig Periodic Table

           
               
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manigcarissun
    Cu
cawikar
             
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cawigngalzngur
             
                    Au
kawirlir
             

[Yupik-English dictionary]
Cup'ik_dictionary
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Alaskan_Yup'ik_language
Kuskokwim Yup'ik names chemical elements
Cu
1839 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
Fe
1839 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
Pb
1839 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
     

Dialects Kuskokwim

Coastal Chnagmiut Kwikpagmiut
Fe
1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
Cu
1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
Fe
1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
Cu
1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
     
     

 


Alutiik language

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Kodiak Alutiiq Yupik Periodic Table
Periodická tabulka v kodijacké aljašské eskymáčtině

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Cawik
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1847 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
    Cu
Kanuyaq
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                    Au
Suulutaaq
    Pb
Imarkaq
       

The Alutiiq language (also called Sugpiak, Sugpiaq, Pacific Gulf Yupik, Chugach, Koniag-Chugach, Suk, Sugcestun) is a close relative to the Central Alaskan Yup'ik language spoken in the western and southwestern Alaska, but is considered a distinct language. It has two major dialects:

About 400 of the Alutiiq population of 3,000 speak the Alutiiq language. Alutiiq communities are currently in the process of revitalizing their language. In 2010 the high school in Kodiak responded to requests from students and agreed to teach the Alutiiq language. The Kodiak dialect of the language was only spoken by about 50 persons, all of them elderly, and the dialect was in danger of being lost entirely.

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Chugach (Kenai Peninsula) Alutiiq Yupik Periodic Table
Periodická tabulka v čugašské aljašské eskymáčtině

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1839 - Azbukou z doby, kdy byla Aljaška součástí Ruska
    Cu
Kanuyaq
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                          Sn
Keluskaq
       
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Suulutaaq
             

Kenai_Peninsula

Chugach Alutiiq: spoken on the Kenai Peninsula and in Prince William Sound.


 

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Eskimo–Aleut languages

Aleut
Western–Central dialects: Atkan, Attuan, Unangan, Bering (60–80 speakers)
Eastern dialects: Unalaskan, Pribilof (400 speakers)
Eskimo languages (or Yupik–Inuit languages)
Yupik
Central Alaskan Yup'ik (10,000 speakers)
General Central Alaskan Yup’ik language (or Yugtun)
Chevak Cup’ik (or Cugtun)
Nunivak Cup'ig (or Cugtun)
Alutiiq or Pacific Gulf Yupik (400 speakers)
Central Siberian Yupik or Yuit (Chaplinon and St. Lawrence Island, 1400 speakers)
Naukan (70 speakers)
Chaplinski
Sirenik (extinct) (viewed as an independent branch by some)
Inuit (98,000 speakers)
Inupiaq or Inupiat (northern Alaska, 3,500 speakers)
Qawiaraq (Seward Peninsula)
Inuvialuktun (western Canada, 765 speakers)
Kangiryuarmiutun (Ulukhaktok sometimes listed as Inuinnaqtun)
Siglitun (Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour, Tuktoyaktuk)
Uummarmiutun (Aklavik, Inuvik from Inupiaq)
Inuktitut (eastern Canada; together with Inuktun and Inuinnaqtun, 40,000 speakers)
Nunatsiavummiutut (Nunatsiavut, 550 speakers)
Inuttitut (Nunavik)
Kalaallisut (Greenland, 54,000 speakers)
Inuktun (Avanersuarmiutut, Thule dialect or Polar Eskimo, approx 1,000 speakers)
Tunumiit oraasiat (East Greenlandic known as Tunumiisut, 3,500 speakers)

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 Alaskan Haida Periodic Table Plautdietsch - varianta Low German používaná křesťanskou skupinou Minnonity v Kanadě a v USA Anishinaabe - Ojibwe - nazvy nekolika chemickych prvku v jazyku americkych indianu odzibvejstine (anisinabemovstine) Lakota Periodic Table Salish(an) 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


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