- Innu language (Montagnais)
- Montagnais Innu language
- Montagnar language
- Montagnard language
- Montagnie language
- Mountainee language
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Voegelin lang.: p. 15 (Montagnais (Montagnar, Montagnard, Montagnie) Québec)
- found: Waldman, C. Atlas No. Am. Ind.: p. 228 (Québec)
- found: Ethnologue WWW site, June 2, 2009 (Montagnais; spoken in 11 communities in Quebec and Labrador; alternate names: Innu Aimun, Innu; classification: Algic, Algonquian, Central, Cree-Montagnais-Naskapi)
- found: Native languages of the Americas WWW site, June 2, 2009 (Montagnais Innu (Innu-Aimun, Innu Aionun); Algonkian language spoken by about 9000 people in eastern Canada (Quebec and Labrador); Montagnais speakers call their own language Innu-Aimun, or Innu Aionun; since Naskapi speakers also call their language Innu-aimun, linguists tend to refer to the two languages as Montagnais Innu and Naskapi Innu for clarity's sake)
- found: Labrador Virtual Museum WWW site, June 2, 2009 (Innu-aimun is the language of the Innu people in Labrador; aimun, the word for language, is derived from the verb aimu (s/he speaks))
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2009-06-25: revised
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