Ki̱ri (a̱lyem)

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Ki̱ri
Cree type proof.jpg
a̱lyem, ISO 639-3 macrolanguage, modern language
Subclass ofCree-Montagnais-Naskapi Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱ti ku mbyinᐃᔨᔨᐤ ᐊᔨᒧᐎᓐ' Jhyuk
A̱byinKa̱na̱da Jhyuk
Lyuutlyuut Lati̱n, Canadian Aboriginal syllabics, zwunzwuo-a̱lyem Lati̱n Jhyuk
Used byCree Jhyuk
Wikimedia language codecr Jhyuk

Ki̱ri (Ki̱ri: ᐃᔨᔨᐤ ᐊᔨᒧᐎᓐ', Shong: Cree /ˈkriː/[1] ku Cree–Montagnais–Naskapi) yet sot a̱balilyem A̱li̱gwonkin ja nang kpa̱mkpaan ma̱ng á̱niet 117,000 lyiat a̱ni ma̱ a̱byin Ka̱na̱da, kyiak neet di̱ fam-a̱byin Northwest Territories hu ba̱ng si̱ nat Alberta mbeang Labrador.[2] Ka̱ á̱ si̱ kyiak nji ji̱ yet a̱lyem a̱nyiung kya a̱ni, jija ji̱ na yet a̱lyem a̱ka̱k a̱byin ka̱ na swak ma̱ng shi á̱nietlyiat mi̱ Ka̱na̱da.[3] Fam-a̱byin nyiung hwa ma̱nyin nang Ki̱ri byia̱ shi yet a̱lyem a̱gwomna̱ti, Northwest Territories, mbeang á̱ka̱k lilyem a̱ni̱nai á̱ghyang. A̱ja̱u, a̱tsak a̱ka̱vwuo á̱ lyiat Ki̱ri wa si̱ yet Fort Smith ma̱ng Hay River.[4]

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. Laurie Bauer (2007). The Linguistics Student's Handbook. Edinburgh.
  2. Education, Culture, and Employment. Government of the Northwest Territories.
  3. Census (di̱n Shong). Statistics Canada.
  4. 2016–2017 annual report on official languages (di̱n Shong). Government of the Northwest Territories.