PT in Eskimo-Aleut languages: Eskimo: Inuit: Greenlandic Greenlandic Inuktitut Inuktitut Inupiaq Inupiaq Inuttut Labrador Inuktitut (Inuttut) Inuvialuk Inuvialuk Yupik: Siberian and Alaskan Russian Siberian Yupik American - Alaskan Yupik _Aleut_ Aleut language

Inuvialuk Periodic Table


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[Dictionary]

  C

aluaq
       
               
              Fe

savisuk
    Cu

kannujaq
             
                                   
                                   
The Siglit dialect, or Siglitun, is the dialect of Inuvialuk language spoken by the Siglit Inuit. It is mainly used in the communities of Paulatuk, Sachs Harbour and Tuktoyaktuk. Siglitun was once the principal dialect of the Mackenzie river delta, nearby parts of the coast and Arctic ocean islands, but the number of speakers fell dramatically following outbreaks of new diseases in the 19th century and for many years Siglitun was believed to be completely extinct. It was only in the 1980s that outsiders realised that it was still spoken.

Siglit is the original dialect of the people from Kitigaaryuit.

It is one of the three dialects of Inuit language grouped together under the label Inuvialuktun.

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[Dictionary Inuinnaqtun - English][2]

           
               
              Fe
Havihuk
    Cu
Qannujaq
Kannujaq
             
                                   
                                   
Inuinnaqtun (meaning Like the real human beings/peoples), is an indigenous Inuit language of Canada and a dialect of Inuvialuktun.It is related very closely to Inuktitut, and some scholars, such as Richard Condon, believe that Inuinnaqtun is more appropriately classified as a dialect of Inuktitut. The governments of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut recognise Inuinnaqtun as an official language in addition to Inuktitut

Inuinnaqtun is transitional with Inuktitut, and is sometimes classified as Inuktitut. It consists of 4 subdialects: Kangiryuarmiutun, Coppermine, Bathurst, Cambridge. The Kangiryuarmiutun subdialect is spoken in the small community of Ulukhaktok. Essentially the same as Natsilingmiutut, and also often counted as Inuktitut.

Inuinnaqtun

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[Dictionary]

  C

aluaq
       
               
              Fe

havik
    Cu

kannujaq
             
                                   
                                   
Natsilik, Netsilik, Nattilik, Netsilingmiut, Natsilingmiutut , Nattilingmiutut, Nattiliŋmiututis a dialect of Inuvialuktun (Western Canadian Inuit or Inuktitut) language once spoken in the Nattilik area of Nunavut, Canada by Netsilik Inuit people.

Natsilingmiutut consists of 3 subdialects: Natsilik, Arviligjuaq, Utkuhiksalik. Because it is spoken in Nunavut, it is often counted as Inuktitut.

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Names chemical elements in other Inuit dialects

Inuktitut v dalsich dialektech

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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, 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)

Inuktitut syllabary


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