Oner-Tanana spriak

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Oner-Tanana spriak

Snaaket uun

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Spreegern 30
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iindialang
Spriak-Ufkörtang
ISO 639-2:

ath

ISO 639-3:

taa

Oner-Tanana spriak (aanj nööm: Menhti Kenaga ; ingelsk: Lower Tanana, Tanana, Minto) as det atapaskisk spriak faan 300 minsken faan't Oner-Tanana fulk uun Nuurd-Ameerikoo. Snaaket woort det faan amanbi 30 minsken fööraal bi a liager Tanana ia (Tthʼituʼ) uun Alaska.

Spriakwiisen[Bewerke | kweltekst bewerke]

  • Minto-Nenana spriakwiis (ingelsk Minto Flats-Nenana River dialect). Uun Minto (Menhti) an Nenana (Nina Noʼ).
  • Chena spriakwiis (ingelsk Chena River dialect). Uun't saarep Chena Village (Chʼenoʼ).
  • Salcha spriakwiis (ingelsk Salcha River dialect). Uun't saarep Salcha (Sol Chaget).

Det som "Sprachwissenschafter" Salcha-Goodpaster spriakwiis faan a Oner-Tanana spriak as "fourth" spriak faan a Tanana spriaken (Oner-Tanana, Tanacross an Boower-Tanana): Madel-Tanana (Middle Tanana)[1]. At leetst spreeger "died in 1993".

Bispalen[Bewerke | kweltekst bewerke]

  • dena maan
  • trʼaxa wüf
  • setseya man ualaatj
  • setsu min oome
  • kwska lääder
  • xwtʼana klan
  • ddheł bereg
  • tu weeder
  • sresr suart bäär
  • bedzeyh rendiart
  • łiga hünj
  • beligaʼ san/hör hünj
  • kʼwyʼ wichel
  • katreth mokasin
  • trʼiyh kaanu
  • yoyekoyh nuurdlaacht

Futnuuten[Bewerke | kweltekst bewerke]

  1. Holton, Gary. 2010. Behind the Map: The reification of indigenous language boundaries in Alaska. Working Papers in Athabaskan Languages, ed. by S. Tuttle & J. Spence, 75-87. (Alaska Native Language Center Working Papers 8). Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Fairbanks

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