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Wikipedia: Native American languages
Native American languages
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Native American languages
  • Eskimo-Aleutian languages
    • Yup'ik language
    • Inuit languages
  • Salishan languages
  • Na-Dené languages
    • Athapaskan-Eyak
      • Ahtna language: 80 speakers, (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Beaver language
      • Chipewyan language
      • Eyak language: 1 speaker, (N. Barnes, 1996)
      • Northern Haida language: 15 fluent speakers, (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Han language: 7 or 8 fluent speakers, (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Holikachuk language: 12 fluent speakers, (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Koyukon language: 300 speakers (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Tanaina language: 75 or fewer speakers (M. Krauss, 1997)
      • Lower Tanana language: 30 or fewer speakers (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Upper Tanana language: 105 or fewer speakers (M. Krauss, 1995)
      • Tolowa language: 5 speakers (SIL, 1977)
    • Apachean languages
      • Jicarilla Apache language: 812 speakers, (1990 census)
      • Kiowa Apache language: 18 speakers, (1990 census)
      • Lipan Apache language: 2 or 3 speakers, (1981 R.W. Young)
      • Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache language: 1,800 speakers, incl. 279 Chiricahua speakers (1990 census)
      • Western Apache language: 12,693 speakers (1990 census)
      • Navajo language: 148,530 speakers, (1990 census)
    • Athapaskan-Californian
      • Hupa language: 8 fluent speakers, (James Brook, 1998, NY Times, April 9, p A1, A20)
      • Kato (Mattole-Wailaki) language: 10 fluent speakers(?), (Chafe, 1962)
    • Tlingit language: 700 speakers (M. Krauss, 1995)
  • Hokan languages
    • Lowland Yuman language
    • Cocopah language: 321 speakers (1990 census)
      • Maricopa language: 181 speakers (1990 census)
      • Mohave language: 234 speakers (1990 census)
      • Quiche language: 343 speakers (1990 census)
    • Upland Yuman
      • Havasupai language: 404 speakers (1990 census)
      • Hualapai language: 440 speakers (1990 census)
      • Yavapai language: 163 speakers (1990 census)
  • Kiowa-Tanoan languages
    • Jemez (Towa) language: 1,301 speakers (1990 census)
  • Eastern Keres language: total of 4,580 speakers (1990 census)
    • Cochiti language: 384 speakers (1990 census)
    • San Felipe language: 1,560 speakers (1990 census)
    • Santa Ana language: 229 speakers (1990 census)
    • Santo Domingo language: 1,880 speakers (1990 census)
    • Zia language: 463 speakers (1990 census)
  • Western Keres language: total of 3,391 speakers (1990 census)
    • Acoma language: 1,696 speakers (1980 census)
    • Laguna language: 1,695 speakers (1990 census)
  • Tewa language: total of 1,298 speakers (1980 census)
    • Nambe language: 50 speakers
    • Pojoaque language: 25 speakers
    • San Ildefonso language: 349 speakers
    • San Juan language: 495 speakers
    • Santa Clara language: 207 speakers
    • Tesuque language: 172 speakers
  • Northern Tiwa language: 927 total speakers (1980 census)
    • Picuris language: 101 speakers (1990 census)
    • Taos language: 803 speakers (1980 census)
  • Southern Tiwa language: 1, 631 total speakers (1980 census)
    • Isleta language: 588 speakers (1980 census)
    • Sandia language: 43 speakers (1980 census)
  • Uto-Aztecan languages
    • Shoshone language
    • Paiute language
    • Comanche language: 854 speakers (1990 census)
    • Hopi language: 5,264 speakers (1990 census)
    • O'odham (Pima-Papago) language: 11,819 speakers total (1990 census)
      • Akimel O'odham (Pima) language
      • Tohono O'odham (Papago) language
    • Yaqui language: 406 US speakers, (1990 census)
    • Nahuatl language
    • Tarahumara language
  • Zuni language: 6,413 speakers (1980 census). Language isolate
  • Maya languages
  • Algonquian languages
  • Caddoan languages
    • South Caddoan languages
      • Caddo language
    • North Caddoan languages
  • Macro-Siouan
  • Ge-Pano-Cariban languages
    • Hixkaryana language
  • Chapacuran languages
    • Wari' language
    • Tora' language
    • Oro Win language
  • Mura languages
See also: Language families and languages

  

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