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Naskapi is a language that is spoken in Canada in the Quebec and Labrador regions. It is a Central Algonquian spoken by about 1000 people. The Naskapi call themselves the Innu. Some linguists consider the Naskapi and Montagnais as one language, while other linguists consider them to be two different dialects. Other linguists classify Naskapi as a dialect of the Montagnais language. Naskapi and Montagnais are part of the same Indian community that refer to themselves as the [...]
Naskapi is a Native American language spoken by the Naskapi (1,100 people), who are the indigenous inhabitants of an area which comprises most of eastern Quebec and Labrador, in Canada. It is an Algonquian language, belonging to the Cree subgroup.
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This dictionary was compiled by Guy T. Gambill with data from the Naskapi Lexicon, edited by Marguerite MacKenzie and Bill Jancewicz (ISBN 2-9804355-0-3), published by the Naskapi Development Corporation, and presented on the Internet by the National Library of Canada.
Read about the Naskapi at: www.naskapi.ca
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List status: © Guy T. Gambill / Naskapi Development Corporation / Library and Archives Canada
Naskapi > English: 4,955 words
English > Naskapi: 6,034 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: June 6, 2004
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