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
Yupik is an Eskimo-Aleut language spoken by 17,000 people in Western Alaska
and islands off the coast of Siberia. There are several different varieties of Yupik ...
Aug 4, 2013 ... I believe that they should keep the Yupik language. ... Yup'ik instruction on
YouTube or somewhere else to help whites learn the language..
Within Yupik there are five distinct languages, which differ enough from one
another that speakers of one cannot understand speakers of another, although
Jun 16, 2011 ... Today's words of the day are: Waaga - Hello Agagoobuk - Little poopballs
Amuqbuq - Big Breasts LIKE ME!: http://on.fb.me/c4mhAh READ MY ...
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, ...
Listing of language information for Yupik, Central. ... Recognized language (2014
, Official Languages of Alaska Law as amended, Alaska Statute 44.12.310).
The Arctic Studies Center hosted a St. Lawrence Island Yupik language and
culture seminar at the Anchorage Museum in January 2012, bringing together ...
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.