Doğu Algonkin dilleri

Doğu Algonkin dilleri (İngilizceEastern 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.

Doğu Algonkin dilleri
Coğrafi dağılım Kuzey Amerika'nın Atlantik kıyıları
Sınıflandırma Algonkin
  • Doğu Algonkin dilleri
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SınıflandırmaDüzenle

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
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

KaynakçaDüzenle

BibliyografyaDüzenle

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