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Stoney Indian Language (Nakoda)
Stoney (known to its own speakers as Nakoda or Nakota) is a
Siouan language of the Northern Plains.
A second language, Assiniboine, is also known as
Nakota and is closely related to Stoney, but people speaking the languages cannot understand each other
well, so despite their similarities, most linguists consider them separate languages, like French and Spanish.
Stoney Language Stoney language samples and resources.
Stoney Culture and History Information and links about the Stoney tribe past and present.
Our Online Stoney Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Stoney language, with comparison to words in other Sioux languages.
Stoney Pronunciation Guide:
How to pronounce Stoney words.
Worksheet showing color words in Stoney/Nakoda.
Worksheet showing how to count in Stoney.
Stoney Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
An overview of the Stoney language from the Alexis Nakota First Nation, with PDF files of language learning materials.
Nakoda orthography and text example.
Stoney Indian Language Project
Information on ongoing Nakoda language revitalization programs.
Aboriginal Place Names of Alberta
List of Blackfoot, Stoney, Cree, Slavey, and Sarcee placenames in southern Alberta, with their English translations.
Demographic information about the Stoney language.
Stoney Language Tree:
Theories about Stoney's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Stoney Language Structures:
Stoney linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Information on the Stoney language in Spanish.
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