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Seneca Indian Language
Seneca is an Iroquoian language of the Northeast Woodlands, spoken
by about 100 people in New York State. Most Seneca speakers are elders, but some young Senecas are working to keep their ancestral language alive.
Seneca language samples and resources.
Related links about the Seneca tribe past and present.
Our answers to common questions about the lifestyle of the Seneca Indian tribe.
Our Online Seneca Materials
List of vocabulary words in the Seneca language, with comparison to words in other Iroquoian languages.
Seneca Pronunciation Guide:
How to pronounce Seneca words.
Seneca Indian Facts for Kids:
Fact sheet on Seneca lifestyle in the past and today for kids and other students.
Seneca Animal Words:
Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Seneca language.
Worksheet showing color words in the Seneca language.
Seneca Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
English-Seneca glossary with soundfiles.
West Virginia Mingo:
Grammar, vocabulary, humor and some soundfiles. Mingo is a dialect of the Seneca language
spoken by an Iroquoian tribe that broke away from the Six Nations.
Seneca orthography and text example.
Seneca Indian Language:
Scanned-in Seneca language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Language Museum: Seneca:
A traditional legend in the Seneca Indian language.
Seneca translation of the Lord's Prayer.
Seneca Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources
A Vocabulary of Seneca:
Seneca dictionary for sale.
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