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Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language.

Gibbs, George

Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language.

by Gibbs, George

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Published by AMS Press in [New York .
Written in English

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  • English language -- Dictionaries -- Chinook.

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    StatementNew York, Cramoisy Press, 1863.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM843 .G5 1970b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, [9]-23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5318572M
    ISBN 100404509932
    LC Control Number72168141

    chinook pronunciation. How to say chinook. Listen to the audio pronunciation in English. Learn more. in,thenewlanguage,fromthesentencesgivenbythem,had evidentlyattained some waswiththe arrivalofAstor's party, however, thatthe Jargon received its Size: 1MB.

    submitted by Frank. Chinook Jargon is a common language of trade representing fifty Indian languages from Oregon and Washington. Its origins may go back to the general acceptance of words by indigenous traders in the already extensive trade networks among these tribes before the penetration of Europeans. Click on the article title to read by: 3.

    2. a Penutian language spoken by the Chinook people (synonym) Chinookan (hypernym) Penutian Noun 1. a warm dry wind blowing down the eastern slopes of the Rockies (synonym) chinook wind, snow eater (hypernym) wind, air current, current of air 2. pink or white flesh of large Pacific salmon (synonym) chinook salmon, king salmon (hypernym) salmon. C is for Chinook: An Alberta Alphabet. Readers young and old can trek the Rocky Mountains, canoe across beautiful Lake Louise, and still have energy to visit capital city Edmonton for an Oilers game. From Big Horn Sheep to renowned doctor, Mary Percy Jackson, author Dawn Welykochy recounts the facts, faces, and features that make Alberta unique/5.


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Alphabetical Vocabulary Of The Chinook Language - Primary Source EditionAuthor: George Gibbs. Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook languageby George GibbsNew York: Cramoisy Press, Published in the USA prior topublic zed under.

Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language. New York: Cramoisy Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: George Gibbs. Genre/Form: Reference works Dictionaries (form) Dictionaries: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gibbs, George, Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language.

Once-dying Chinook Language Finds Future in Voices of Children Canku Ota (Many Paths) An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America; Suttles, Wayne (). Handbook of North American Indians: Northwest Coast.

Smithsonian Institution Washington. ; George Gibbs, Alphabetical Vocabulary of the Chinook Language, New York: Cramoisy Press, Ethnicity: Chinook. Chinook Jargon is the most accessible of all the Native American languages.

With a small utilitarian vocabulary and straightforward syntax, it was the lingua franca of the Northwest for most of the s. One hundred thousand Native Americans, settlers and immigrants were using it in Cited by: 5. Alphabetical Vocabulary of the Chinook Language.

(Paperback or Softback). Living and Loving Jesus (Paperback or Softback). Goliath (Hardback or Cased Book). Chinook Jargon (Chinuk Wawa, Chinook Wawa, Chinook, The Jargon, Jargon) is a nearly extinct American indigenous language originating as a pidgin trade language in the Pacific Northwest, and spreading during the 19th century from the lower Columbia River, first to other areas in modern Oregon and Washington, then British Columbia and parts of Alaska, Northern California, Idaho and Montana Native speakers: 1 ().

Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language [microform] Item Preview Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language [microform] by Gibbs, George, Publication date Topics English language, Chinook language, Anglais (Langue), Chinook (Langue) Publisher New York: Cramoisy PressPages: This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world’s books discoverable online.

Alphabetical vocabulary of the Chinook language Author. Chinook Illahee - the Chinook-speaking region, or the land of the Chinook people (the lower Columbia) Help - help No, Wake, Halo - the three words used in Chinook for no, not, nothing, or for the negative Wake and halo are pronounced wah-kay and hah-lo.

Image 12 of A dictionary of the Chinook jargon, or, Trade language of Oregon. vi PREFACE. employed by the Nootkans of Vancouver Island, the Chinooks of the Columbia, and the intermediate tribes, to belong alike to their several languages, and exhibit analogies between them accordingly.*.

Pocket dictionary of the Chinook jargon: the Indian trading language of Alaska, the Northwest Territory and the Northern Pacific Coast. Created / Published San Francisco, Calif.: Downing & Clarke, Contents Pt. Chinook-English -- Pt. English-Chinook -- The Lord's Prayer in Chinook.

Chinook Jargon, also called Tsinuk Wawa, pidgin, presently extinct, formerly used as a trade language in the Pacific Northwest region of North is thought to have originated among the Northwest Coast Indians, especially the Chinook and the Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka) peoples.

The peoples of the Northwest Coast traded extensively among themselves and with communities in the interior. Book Details: Author: G. Blake Meike Date: 05 Jul Publisher: Pearson Education (US) Language: English Book Format: Paperback pages, ePub ISBN Imprint: Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers Inc Dimension: x x 1mm.

Practical Chinook Vocabulary: Comprising All & the Only Usual Words of That Wonderful Language Arranged in a Most Advantageous Order for the Speedily Learning of the Same, After the Plan of Right Rev.

Bishop Durieu O.M.I., the Most Experienced Missionary & Chinook Speaker in British Columbia (Kamloops, BC: St. Louis' Mission, ), by J. Alphabetical Vocabulary of the Chinook Language by George Gibbs avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 5 editions.

This is an extract from George Gibb’s Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon. It includes part of his original introduction and the full text of the English-Chinook section of his dictionary. The complete dictionary is available online through Project Gutenberg, DICTIONARY OF THE CHINOOK JARGON, OR.

Filed under: English language -- Dictionaries -- Chinook. A Vocabulary and Outlines of Grammar of the Nitlakapamuk or Thompson Tongue (), by J. Good (multiple formats at ) Filed under: English language -- Dictionaries -- Chuukese. Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Chinook Words Welcome to our Chinook vocabulary page.

Chinook is a Chinookan language, related to other languages like Kathlamet and Wasco. We have included twenty basic Chinook words here, to compare with related American Indian languages.

Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Chinook Jargon Words Welcome to our Chinook Jargon vocabulary page! Chinook Jargon is a trade language, with some of its vocabulary coming from European languages like English and French while other words come from .This is a list of basic Chinook Jargon words as reproduced in Kamloops Wawa, a publication of the Oblate missionary community in British Columbia during the s.

This is not, as far as I can tell, the same list as one in another edition of Kamloops Wawa, as there are some differences in spelling that I remember from the other version.Jargon Dictionaries: In HTML on this site.

Gibbs, George, Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or Trade Language of Oregon. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, [Phillips, W.S. (Walter Shelley) ("El Comancho"), The Chinook book; A Descriptive Analysis of the Chinook Jargon in Plain Words, Giving Instructions for Pronunciation, Construction, Expression and Proper Speaking of Chinook with.