Some articles on eskimo, languages, language, eskimo language, eskimos:
... The Eskimo–Aleut family of languages includes two cognate branches the Aleut (Unangan) branch and the Eskimo branch ... The Eskimo sub-family consists of the Inuit language and Yupik language sub-groups ... The Sirenikski language, which is virtually extinct, is sometimes regarded as a third branch of the Eskimo language family, but other sources regard it as a group belonging to the Yupik branch ...
... Main article Sirenik Eskimos Some speakers of Siberian Yupik languages used to speak an Eskimo variant in the past, before they underwent a language shift ... These former speakers of Sirenik Eskimo language inhabited settlements Sireniki, Imtuk, and some small villages stretching to the west from Sirenik ... in 1895, Imtuk was already a settlement with mixed population, Sirenik Eskimos and Ungazigmit (the latter belonging to Siberian Yupik) ...
Famous quotes containing the words language and/or eskimo:
“The hypothesis I wish to advance is that ... the language of morality is in ... grave disorder.... What we possess, if this is true, are the fragments of a conceptual scheme, parts of which now lack those contexts from which their significance derived. We possess indeed simulacra of morality, we continue to use many of the key expressions. But we havevery largely if not entirelylost our comprehension, both theoretical and practical, of morality.”
—Alasdair Chalmers MacIntyre (b. 1929)
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—Mary Kay Blakely (20th century)