The Yupik /ˈjuːpɪk/ languages are the several distinct languages of the several
Yupik peoples of western and south-central Alaska and northeastern Siberia.
Information about Yupik, an Eskimo-Aleut language spoken in Alaska and
Four distinct Yupik (or Western Eskimo) languages are spoken along the shores
of the Gulf of Alaska, in southwestern Alaska, and on the easternmost tip of ...
Yupik language samples and links. ... Essay describing the Inuit and Yupik
languages, with a linguistic map. Alaskan Orthodox Texts: Orthodox Christian
Welcome to our Yup'ik vocabulary page! Yup'ik is an Eskimo-Aleut language,
related to other languages like Inuktitut and Aleut. We have included twenty basic
Yup'ik Tribe How do you pronounce the word "Yup'ik"? What does it mean? Yup'
ik is pronounced "yoop-eek." This means "real person" in their own language.
Cup'ik language stories. Click here to ... Written by Steven A. Jacobson, Alaska
Native Language Center, 1984. ... Both Yupik and English translations provided.
A language reflects the culture of the people who speak it by incorporating
vocabulary appropriate to that culture. For example, Yupik languages have an ...
Jun 16, 2011 ... Today's words of the day are: Waaga - Hello Agagoobuk - Little poopballs
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These are Naukan, Central Siberian Yupik, also known as St. Lawrence Island
Yupik, and Pacific Gulf Yupik, also known as Alutiiq. The fifth Yupik language, ...