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Eskimo-Aleut Language Family
The Eskimo-Aleut languages are spoken in a long linguistic chain across the polar region of North America, from Alaska to Greenland.
Eskimo-Aleut languages include:
Gulf Yupik (Alutiiq/Sugpiaq)
Siberian Yupik (Yupit/Yuit)
Our Eskimo-Aleut Language Features
Comparison of words in various Eskimo-Aleut languages.
Links to Other Eskimo-Aleut Language Resources
Eskimo-Aleut Language Family:
Ethnologue of Eskimo-Aleut languages.
Wikipedia: Eskimo-Aleut Britannica: Eskimo-Aleut Languages:
Overview of the Eskimo-Aleut Indian languages, their history and distribution.
Eskimo-Aleut Language Materials Available Offline
Comprehensive Eskimo Dictionary
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Comparative Yupik/Aleut/Inuktitut dictionary for sale.
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