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Atikamekw (also known as Attikamek, Tête de Boule, Attimewk, Atihkamekw, Atikamek), a variety of the Algonquian language, Cree, is the language of the Atikamekw people of southwestern Quebec. It is spoken by nearly all the Atikamekw, and therefore it is among the indigenous languages least threatened with extinction according to some studies. The Atikamekw reflex of Proto-Algonquian liquid (L sound) *l is [ɾ ɾ] (spelled 'r'). The corresponding sound in other Cree dialects is [n n], [j j], [l l], or [ð ð] (it is consistently one of these depending on the dialect). Another way in which Atikamekw is distinctive among dialects of Cree is in having many loanwords from the Anishinaabe language.
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[br] Atikamekweg
[en] Atikamekw language
[fr] Atikamekw
[hr] Atikamekw jezik
[la] Lingua Atikamekw
[ru] Атикамек

Language type : Living

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Wiktionary - Category:Atikamekw language [en]
Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:atikamekw [fr]

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is atj.

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