Doğu Algonkin dilleri

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Doğu Algonkin dilleri
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dağılım:
Kuzey Amerika'nın Atlantik kıyıları
Sınıflandırma: Algonkin
 Doğu Algonkin dilleri
Alt bölümler:
Quiripi-Naugatuck


Doğu Algonkin dilleri (İngilizce: Eastern Algonquian languages), Kuzey Amerika'nın doğusunda Kanada'nın Maritime eyaletlerinden Amerika Birleşik Devletlerinde Kuzey Karoline'ya kadar olan Atlantik kısmında konuşulan Algonkin dilleri ailesinden Kızılderili dilleri alt grubu.

Sınıflandırma[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Goddard (1996) sınıflandırmasına göre:

1. Míkmakça
I. ABENAKIAN

2. Doğu Abenakicesi
3. Batı Abenakicesi
4. Malecite-Passamaquoddy

5. Etchemin (uncertain – See Note 1)
II. SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND

6. Massachusett
  • North Shore
  • Natick
  • Wampanoag
  • Nauset
  • Cowesit
7. Narragansett
8. Loup A (probably Nipmuck)
9. Loup B
10. Mohegan-Pequot-Montauk
11. Quiripi-Naugatuck-Unquachog

III. DELAWARAN

12. Mahikanca
  • Stockbridge
  • Moravian
DELAWARE
13. Munsee
14. Unami (also known as Lenape)
  • Northern Unami
  • Southern Unami
  • Unalachtigo

15. Nanticoke

  • Nanticoke
  • Piscataway (also known as Conoy)
  • Choptank

16. Powhatan (Virginia Algonquian)
17. Carolina Algonquian

Kaynaklar[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Bibliyografya[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

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