Iroquoian language

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Once the foremost language of trade and diplomacy, believed even to be "the original language from which the other Iroquoian languages stemmed," Huron died "at the hands of Christianity.
As a linguist working on a related Iroquoian language (i.
However, Cherokee and other Iroquoian languages exhibit certain phonetic limitations.
The Cherokees occupied the Piedmont and Appalachian regions in what are now North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee, speaking an Iroquoian language.
Seneca is a Northern Iroquoian language still spoken by a few dozen people on three reservations in western New York State (Chafe 1996).
In contrast with Sierra Popoluca and the Iroquoian languages, languages of the Eskimo-Aleut family seem surprisingly devoid of coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.