File:Iñupiaq language map.svg
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English: Map of the Iñupiaq language of Alaska and Canada as classified by Louis-Jacques Dorais. The blue, turquoise, violet, and purple shapes indicate the four primary dialects of the language: Malmiutun, North Slope, Bering Strait, and Qawiaraq. Within these shapes, labeled locations indicate communities where Iñupiaq is spoken today. The pale pastel shapes grouping these locations indicate subdialects; subdaialects spoken in only one location are not indicated.
This map is a linguistic representation of contemporary Iñupiaq speech communities and is not intended to serve as a representation of the ancestral territory of the Inuit or other indigenous nations.
North Alaskan Iñupiaq
Seward Peninsula Iñupiaq
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