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  • The Mohawk Language - Kanien’kéha Welcome! or should I say, Tekwanonwerá:tons, to the Mohawk Wikibook! Whether you're here to learn your heritage by
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  • Mohawk's orthography was standardized in 1993, but before that texts on Mohawk used many different scripts. For this course, we'll use the standard orthography
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  • Mohawk's orthography was standardized in 1993, but before that texts on Mohawk used many different scripts. For this course, we'll use the standard orthography
    3 KB (560 words) - 03:00, 19 February 2014
  • language is characterized usually by verbal inflections to the point that word order is largely free. Natlangs that are polysynthetic include Mohawk.
    5 KB (668 words) - 10:36, 13 December 2015
  • tradition tells of constant warfare…One bereaved by this warfare was a Mohawk man, Hiawatha ("He Who Makes Rivers"). Crazed by grief for his murdered
    6 KB (1,024 words) - 13:08, 9 September 2009
  • were still speaking their Native language had begun to shrink by alarming proportions: for example among the Mohawk (a tribe of the six Iroquois Nations)
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  • Freshly started books Arapaho Inuktitut Jumieka Miwok (Central Sierra) Mohawk Nahuatl Navajo Plains Cree Powhatan Wampanoag In subsections: Unknown completion
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  • defined as an “African” style. A Mohawk is sported by a Native American child and defined as a style made popular by the Mohawk tribe. These definitions are
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  • including the Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, Onondaga and Seneca. In total, fifty thousand people lived in these nations, sharing similar languages and cultures
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  • Tantaquidgeon (Mohegan) Tapaise (Cree) Tashapiathacho (Choctaw) Tekakwitha (Mohawk) Timentwa (Okanogan) Toineeta (Osage) Tomatuk (Cree) Tsonakwa (Abenaki)
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  •  (Feb 10, 2005) Mohawk Nahuatl  (Jan 1, 2000) Navajo Quechua  (Jan 1, 2000)  [>> suggest a book] [start a book] (For Hebrew see Languages of the Middle
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  • religious reasons. It helped keep the six nations of the Iroquois united. The Mohawk Indians called it the little brother of war. All of the able bodied men
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  • Chinook Jargon Mohawk Dutch British Sign Language The Fruitbearing Dictionary: A Dictionary of English Loan-Words In Other European Languages  (May 12, 2005)
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  • of force by the French had alarmed the Iroquois in the area. They sent Mohawk runners to William Johnson's manor in Upper New York. Johnson, known to
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  • History Modern Media Hebrew Corpus Modern Physics Modular Arithmetic Modx Mohawk Molecular Cloning Molecular Simulation Molisan Monetary Economics Mongolian
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  • religious reasons. It helped keep the six nations of the Iroquois united. The Mohawk Indians called it the little brother of war. All of the able bodied men
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  • Library Network catalog (in Eastern Massachusetts). Find this book in the Mohawk Valley and Southern Adirondack Library Systems (New York) catalog (using
    131 KB (6,446 words) - 01:50, 25 June 2010