Vintu dilleri

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Vintu dilleri
Coğrafi
dağılım:
Kuzey Amerika (Kaliforniya)
Sınıflandırma:
Alt bölümler:
Kuzey Vintu
Güney Vintu
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Vintu dilleri (İngilizce: Wintuan, Wintun, Wintoon, Copeh, Copehan), Amerika Birleşik Devletlerine bağlı Kaliforniya eyaletinin kuzey merkezinde yaşayan Vintu halkları tarafından konuşulan Amerind Kızılderili dil ailesi. Biri tükenmiş olan diğerleri de tükenmekte olan dört dilden oluşur.

Sınıflandırma[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

I. Kuzey Vintu dilleri

1. Vintuca (Wintu proper)
2. Nomlakice (Nomelaki, Noamlakee, Central Wintu)

II. Güney Vintu dilleri

3. Patvince (Patwin, Patween)
4. Güney Patvincesi (Southern Patwin) tükendi

Kaynaklar[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Bibliyografya[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

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  • Whistler, Kenneth. (1980). Proto-Wintun kin classification: A case study in reconstruction of a complex semantic system. (Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley).