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Abenaki, or Abnaki, is an endangered Algonquian language of Quebec and the northern states of New England.The language has Eastern and Western forms, which differ in vocabulary and phonology, and are sometimes considered distinct languages.. Eastern Abenaki languages are spoken by several peoples, including the Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot of coastal Maine.

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The Abenaki Language The Abenaki language is classified by linguists as belonging to the Algonquin family of Native American Languages. Therefore, there are many similarities between the terms used by the tribes ranging from New England to Northeast and Central Canada, and often it is possible for these distinct groups to verbally communicate.

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Western Abenaki is a living Eastern Algonquian language closely related to that of Pocahontas and nearly identical to that spoken by Squanto. The term Western Abenaki is a new one, however the roots of the language are very ancient and diverse.

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Abnaki-Penobscot (Abenaki Language) Language: Abenaki-Penobscot is an Algonkian language spoken by two related tribes, the Abenaki and the Penobscot.Abenaki-Penobscot is a polysynthetic language with complex verbs and fairly free word order. Today only a handful of Canadian Abenakis still speak the Western Abenaki language.

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Abenaki (Alnôba) Abenaki is an Eastern Algonquian language with only a handful of fluent speakers, and perhaps several hundred non-fluent speakers. Most Abenaki speakers are elderly and live on the Odanak reservation in Quebec, Canada.

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The Abenaki language is classified by linguists as belonging to the Algonquin family of Native American Languages. Therefore, there are many similarities between the terms used by the tribes ranging from New England to Northeast and Central Canada, and often it is possible for these distinct groups to verbally communicate.

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Abenaki, or Abnaki, is an endangered Algonquian language of Quebec and the northern states of New England.The language has Eastern and Western forms, which differ in vocabulary and phonology, and are sometimes considered distinct languages.. Eastern Abenaki languages are spoken by several peoples, including the Micmac, Maliseet, Passamaquoddy, and Penobscot of coastal Maine.

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About the Western Abenaki Language Western Abenaki (also known as Sokoki, Abnaki, St. Francis, Abenaki, or Abenaki-Penobscot) is a linguistic subdivision of the Eastern Algonquian languages which are a subgroup of the greater Algonquian languages, a subgroup of Algic languages. Prior to European contact Eastern Algonquian was comprised of 17 languages which stretched from Newfoundland south ...

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The Abenaki language is closely related to the Panawahpskek (Penobscot) language. Other neighboring Wabanaki tribes, the Pestomuhkati (Passamaquoddy), Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet), and Mi'kmaq, and other Eastern Algonquian languages share many linguistic similarities. It has come close to extinction as a spoken language.

www.native-languages.org/abenaki.htm

Language: Abnaki-Penobscot is an Algonquian language still spoken in Canada by a few Western Abenaki elders. Eastern Abenaki or Penobscot was another dialect of the same language once spoken in Maine, where Penobscot Indian people today are working to revive its use .