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EASTERN CANADIAN INUKTITUT Links (11)   Examples (175)   Materials (13)   Books (20)   
Alternative names: EASTERN CANADIAN ESKIMO, EASTERN ARCTIC ESKIMO, INUIT
Number of speakers: 14.000 (1991)
In language groups: ESKIMO-ALEUT » ESKIMO » INUIT
Spoken in: CANADA [Details]
Links
1   Argument Structure and Antipassivization in Inuit
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/~lsiegel/mit.ps
2   Inuit
http://daphne.palomar.edu/ais100/inuit.htm
3   Inuktitut Font
http://www.gov.nu.ca/font.htm
4   Map of Nunavut
http://www.nunavutparks.com/on_the_land/map.cfm
5   Nunavik Atlas
http://www.makivik.org/nunavikatlas/english/pages/home(e).htm
6   Nunavut
http://npc.nunavut.ca/eng/nunavut/index.html
7   Nunavut
http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/world/A0836183.html
8   Nunavut
http://www.slider.com/enc/38000/Nunavut.htm
9   Restricting Noun Incorporation
http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~ajohns/NIJOHNS.pdf
10   The Inuit
http://www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/inuit.html
11   The Inuit, People of the Arctic
http://www.csuchico.edu/art/contrapposto/contrapposto00/pages/thememethod/harvey.html

Examples
1  Arctic Owl
2  Arctic wolf
3  Bed
4  Beluga whale
5  Blood
6  Bread
7  Bullet
8  Caribou
9  Chin
10  Coffee
11  Daughter
12  Dog team
13  Ear
14  Eye
15  Face
16  Father
17  Finger
18  Fish
19  Floe edge
20  Fog
21  Food
22  Go ahead!
23  Gravel
24  Gun, rifle
25  Harpoon
26  Harpoon head
27  Here!
28  Hill
29  How (manner)
30  How many?
31  Hungry
32  Husband
33  Huskie (dog)
34  I feel cold in my face
35  I feel cold in my feet
36  I feel cold in my hands
37  I feel warm
38  I have a pain in my belly.
39  I have a pain in my foot
40  I have a pain in my hand
41  I have a pain in my head
42  I have a pain in my leg/My leg hurts
43  I want to go home
44  I want to go seal hunting
45  I want to go walrus hunting
46  I want to see an icebeg
47  I want to see arctiv wolves
48  I want to see lemmings
49  I want to see the floedge
50  I want to take a photograph
51  Inktitut Phrases23 (I want to phone.)
52  Inukitut Words4 (Inuk)
53  Inuktitut Phrases1 (How are you?)
54  Inuktitut Phrases1.1 (How are you?)
55  Inuktitut Phrases10 (How many?)
56  Inuktitut Phrases11 (Yes)
57  Inuktitut Phrases12 (No)
58  Inuktitut Phrases14 (Expensive)
59  Inuktitut Phrases15 (I have to use the washroom)
60  Inuktitut Phrases16 (I am sick)
61  Inuktitut Phrases17 (What is it?)
62  Inuktitut Phrases18 (Where is the hotel?)
63  Inuktitut Phrases19 (Where is the store?)
64  Inuktitut Phrases2 (I am fine)
65  Inuktitut Phrases20 (Where is the church?)
66  Inuktitut Phrases21 (Where I am?)
67  Inuktitut Phrases22 (I want to go by dogteam)
68  Inuktitut Phrases24 (I want to go fishing)
69  Inuktitut Phrases25 (Goodbye-to an individual)
70  Inuktitut Phrases3 (What is your name?)
71  Inuktitut Phrases4 (I want to take your picture)
72  Inuktitut Phrases5 (Thank you)
73  Inuktitut Phrases7 (You are welcome)
74  Inuktitut Phrases7.1 (You are welcome)
75  Inuktitut Phrases8 (Did you make this?)
76  Inuktitut Phrases8 (Help)
77  Inuktitut Phrases9 (How much is it?)
78  Inuktitut Sounds1 (i, u, aa)
79  Inuktitut Sounds10 (vi, vu, va)
80  Inuktitut Sounds11 (ri, ru, ra)
81  Inuktitut Sounds12 (qi, qu, qa)
82  Inuktitut Sounds13 (ngi, ngu, ngaa)
83  Inuktitut Sounds2 (pi, pu, pa)
84  Inuktitut Sounds3 (ti, tu, ta)
85  Inuktitut Sounds4 (ki, ku, ka)
86  Inuktitut Sounds5 (gi, gu, ga)
87  Inuktitut Sounds6 (mi, mu, ma)
88  Inuktitut Sounds7 (ni, nu, na)
89  Inuktitut Sounds8 (li, lu, la)
90  Inuktitut Sounds9 (ji, ju, ja)
91  Inuktitut Words1 (Inuksuk)
92  Inuktitut Words1.1(Inuksuk)
93  Inuktitut Words10 (Maktaaq)
94  Inuktitut Words11 (Nanuq)
95  Inuktitut Words12 (Qallunaat)
96  Inuktitut Words13 (Quilliq)
97  Inuktitut Words15 (Tuktut)
98  Inuktitut Words16 (Umingmait)
99  Inuktitut Words17 (Amaruit)
100  Inuktitut Words18 (Tiriganiarjuat)
101  Inuktitut Words19 (Tiriganiaq)
102  Inuktitut Words2 (Inuksuit)
103  Inuktitut Words20 (Ukaliit)
104  Inuktitut Words21 (Natsiq)
105  Inuktitut Words22 (Kairulik)
106  Inuktitut Words23 (Udjuk)
107  Inuktitut Words24 (Aiviit)
108  Inuktitut Words25 (Qinalugait)
109  Inuktitut Words26 (Tuugaaliit)
110  Inuktitut Words27 (Arviit)
111  Inuktitut Words3 (Qamutik)
112  Inuktitut Words4.1 (Inuk)
113  Inuktitut Words6 (Kamiit)
114  Inuktitut Words7 (Inuktitut)
115  Inuktitut Words8 (Kivalliq9)
116  Inuktitut Words9 (Kitikmeot)
117  Inuktiut Words5 (Inuit)
118  Is ist o.k. to touch your dogs?
119  Is that so?
120  Lake
121  Land
122  Leg
123  Lemming
124  Me, mine
125  Money
126  Mosquito bite
127  Mother
128  Mouth
129  Narwhale
130  Night, evening
131  No
132  Our Land
133  Pair of mitts
134  Paper
135  Pen, pencil
136  Sea
137  Sea ice
138  Sealskin
139  Sealskin boots
140  Sled
141  Snow (deep, soft)
142  Snow (general)
143  Snow knife
144  Soap
145  Son
146  Spoon
147  Tea
148  Thank you!
149  The Lord's Prayer in Eastern Canadian Inuktitut
150  Thing
151  Today
152  Tomorrow
153  Tusk, ivory
154  Underneath 1
155  Underneath 2
156  Us
157  Walrus
158  Water
159  Water
160  Water (general)
161  When?
162  Where?
163  Whip
164  Who?
165  Wife
166  Woman
167  Word
168  Yes
169  Yesterday
170  Yupik Song
171  heavy
172  to drink
173  to eat
174  to go home
175  to hunt (general)

Materials
1  Inuktitut Syllable System
2  Map of Nunavut
3  Map of Nunavut
4  Map of Nunavut2
5  Nunavik
6  Nunavik
7  Nunavik
8  Nunavik
9  Nunavik in North America
10  Nunavut
11  Nunavut Territories - English
12  Nunavut Territories - Inuktitut
13  The Region of Nunavik

Books
1   Allen, Shanley: Aspects of argument structure acquisition in arctic Quebec Inuktitut.
2   Dorais, Louis-Jacques: Iqalungmiut uqausingit: The Inuit language in Cape Dorset, NWT.
3   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Aivilingmiut uqausingit: The Aivilik Inuit language: Le parler inuit Aivilik.
4   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: An analytical lexicon of modern Inuktitut in Quebec-Labrador.
5   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Iglulingmiut Uqausingit. (The language of Igloolik, N.W.T.)
6   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Iglulingmiut uqausingit: The inuit language of Igloolik N.W.T. La langue inuit d'Igloolik T.N.O.
7   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Inuit Kupiammiut uqausingit: The language of the Northern Quebec Inuit.
8   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Lexique analytique du vocabulaire inuit modern au Qu├ębec-Labrador.
9   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Tukilik. An Inuktitut Grammar for all.
10   Dorais, Louis-Jaques: Uqausigusiqtaat: An analytical lexicon of modern Inuktitut in Quebec-Labrador.
11   Duffy, R. Quinn: The road to Nunavut: The progress of the Eastern Arctic Inuit since the Second World War.
12   Hamilton, W. Richard et. al.: The Nunavut Handbook.
13   Hancock, Lyn: Nunavut.
14   Harnum, Elizabeth R. : Lexical Innovation in Inuktitut.
15   Parkinson, David J. : The Interaction of Syntax and Morphology in the Acquisition of Noun Incorporation in Inuktitut.
16   Qumaq, Taamusi : Inuit uqausillaringit.
17   Smith, Lawrence; Metcalfe, Sam: English-Labrador Inuttut glossary.
18   Spalding, Alex: Inuktitut dictionary by Themes (Aivilik dialect).
19   Spalding, Alex: Learning to speak Inuktitut: a grammar of North Baffin dialects.
20   Swift, Mary D. : The Development of Temporal Reference in Inuktitut Child Language.




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