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Ute Indian Language (Southern Paiute)
Southern Paiute is a Uto-Aztecan language of the Western Plateau.
It is spoken natively by more than 1500 people in Utah, Nevada, Colorado, and Arizona.
Ute language samples and resources.
Ute Nation Culture and History
Information and links about the Ute tribe past and present.
Ute Indians Fact Sheet
Our answers to common questions about the Utes.
Introduction to Ute mythology.
Our Online Ute Language Materials
Southern Paiute Vocabulary
Our list of vocabulary words in the Ute language, with comparison to words in other Uto-Aztecan languages.
Ute Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources
Southern Paiute and Ute
Edward Sapir's thorough linguistic survey of the Ute language.
Southern Paiutes: Legends, Lore, Language and Lineage
This book of Ute history and folklore also includes a small Ute dictionary.
Ute and other Native American dictionaries and language materials for sale.
Ute Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Ute Language in Danger of Withering Away
Article on language preservation programs in the Ute tribe.
Written Ute English
An interesting essay on the non-Western use of English by Ute Indian children.
Southern Paiute Placenames:
Chart of Southwestern place names in Ute.
Ethnologue: Ute-Southern Paiute:
Demographic information about the Ute language.
Ute Language Tree Southern Paiute Language Tree:
Theories about Abenaki's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Ute Language Structures Southern Paiute Language Structures:
Ute linguistic profiles and academic bibliographies.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encylopedia articles on the Ute Indian language.
Lengua Ute Idioma Paiute Meridional:
Information about the Ute language in Spanish.
Utes The Ute Indians:
Ute Indian books.
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