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ID a Name b 65-AA Ute + Shoshoni
ID a 65-AA index
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Zone f pdf
Page g 492
LSName h UTE + SHOSHONI
LSType i chain
IsNotional k no
Notes l NUMIC, "numanic", "wider" ute, "shoshonean" bilingual < [52=] English (USA) ¶ far-ranging hunter-gatherer shamanistic communities, frequently intermarrying, and sometimes becoming equestrian nomads after acquistion of the horse from [51=] Spanish-speaking settlers in early 18th cent. ➤ a network of closely inter-related nomadic idioms formerly covering a wide area from the Sierra Nevada northwards & eastwards across the Great Basin # "numic, numanic" <numa, numu =«people, human beings»; the names ute and/or pai-ute have been associated with communities and their idioms in each of the 3 nets within this chain.
Statistics
3 Nets • 6 OuterLanguages • 24 InnerLanguages • 19 Dialects • 3 ISO-639-Relatives
3 Nodes assigned
1 65-AAA Monachi + Bannock
2 65-AAB Shoshoni + Panamint
3 65-AAC Ute + Kawaiisu

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