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Inupiak language Inupiaq, Iñupiaq, or Inupiatun is a group of dialects of the Inuit language, spoken in northern and northwestern Alaska. The Iñupiaq language is a member of the Eskimo languages group. There are roughly 2100 speakers of Iñupiaq Map
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Alaska

Malemiut Inupiaq (Iñupiaq or Iñupiatun ) Periodic Table
Periodická tabulka v malemiutské aljašské eskymáčtině

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Dictionary

  C_katluk
aluaq
       
          S_kakavyaŋnaqtuaq
   
              Fe_savigruaq
    Cu_kannuyaq
kanŋuyaq
             
                          Sn
utkusigauraq
       
                    Au_manik
kuulu
    Pb
uqhaq
       
   

The Malemiut (Malimiutun) dialect is spoken in eleven villages of the Kotzebue Sound drainage and three on the shore of Norton Sound, and the North Slope dialect is spoken in the eight villages north of Kotzebue Sound.

 

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Alaska

Kobuk Malemiut Inupiaq (Iñupiaq or Iñupiatun ) Periodic Table
Periodická tabulka v kobucké severní aljašské eskymáčtině

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  C
       
          S
   
              Fe
    Cu

             
                                   
                    Au
    Pb
       

This is a sample of the Inupiaq language of the Kobuk river Eskimos (re-transcribed with q for ).


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North Slope Northern Alaskan Inupiaq (Iñupiaq or Iñupiatun ) Periodic Table
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Periodická tabulka v arktické severní aljašské eskymáčtině

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        C
       
               
              Fe
    Cu
             
                                   
                    Au
    Pb
       

This is a sample of the Inupiaq language (re-transcribed with q for ).



Alphabet


Cu name Qawiaraq Inupiatun Siglitun Inuinnaqtun Natsilingmiutut Aivilimmiutut Kivallirmiutut
place Western_Alaska Northern_Alaska Mackenzie_river Nunavut Kugaaruk Aivilik West_Hudson_Bay
  kannuyaq kannuyaq kannujaq kannuyaq kannujaq kannujaq kanusaq
    kanŋuyaq  
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name Qikiqtaaluk_uannangani Qikiqtaaluk_nigiani Nunavimmiutitut Nunatsiavummiutut Kalaallisut Tunumiit_oraasiat Inuktun
place North_Baffin South_Baffin Nunavut Labrador Western_Greenland Eastern_Greenland Northern_Greenland
  kannujaq kannujaq kannujaq kannuajak kanngussak kanngutsak kannussaq
 

 

Inuktitut


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, Seward Peninsula 3,500 speakers)
    • Malimiutun, consisting of subdialects:
      • Kobuk
      • Kotzebue
    • North Slope: spoken along the Arctic coast as far south as Kivalina; subdialects:
      • Common North Slope
      • Point Barrow
      • Anaktuvuk Pass (Nunamiut)
      • Uummarmiutun: spoken in the Mackenzie Delta (Aklavik and Inuvik) in the Northwest Territories, Canada

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)

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