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Sirenikski

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Endangered languages in north-east Siberia
Eskimo languages in Asia, 1791 on, and the Wrangel Island-Point
Preservation of the Nostratic Heritage and Renewal of Animal
lect, e. g. Sirenikski or Attuan Aleut.
On Initial Vowel Doubling in St. Lawrence Island Yupik
Sirenikski, which was spoken in Russia and is now almost extinct, and Yupik.
Hungarian and Eskimo-Aleut
Nov 24, 2007 Hungarian ág “branch”. Proto-Finno-Ugric. *šaŋka.

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Alaska on the page
This updated edition groups related words from the modern Eskimo languages in comparative sets with their english equivalents, covering 10 dialects — including five Inuit dialect groups, four Yupik languages, and Sirenikski.

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Endangered languages in north-east Siberia
Idioma sirenik - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Eskimo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eskimo languages in Asia, 1791 on, and the Wrangel Island-Point
(C) Language number one is clearly Sirenikski, occupying in 1791 most of the south The Sirenikski language became extinct with the death of Wye in 1997.
Eskimo-Aleut Family
Sirenikski Yupik: Southern Chuckchi Peninsula (Russia). Inuit (65000 speakers).

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