Cheyenne dictionary
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Freelang Cheyenne-English dictionary

Cheyenne is a Plains Algonquian language spoken in USA (Montana, Oklahoma) by about 1,700 speakers only (which makes it an endangered language, as almost all Native American languages).



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Word list information

This dictionary was compiled by Guy T. Gambill with data from the Cheyenne Dictionary (on CD), by Louise Fisher, Josephine Glenmore, Wayne Leman, Leroy Pine Sr., and Marie Sanchez.
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List status: © Guy T. Gambill

Cheyenne > English: 19,915 words
English > Cheyenne: 16,683 words

Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: April 2, 2004



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