What is another word for American-indian Language?

Pronunciation: [ɐmˈɛɹɪkənˈɪndi͡ən lˈaŋɡwɪd͡ʒ] (IPA)

The term "American-Indian language" refers to the hundreds of Indigenous languages spoken throughout North, Central, and South America before the arrival of European colonizers. Some synonyms for this term include Indigenous language, Native language, First Nations language (in Canada), and Aboriginal language (in Australia). Due to the vast linguistic diversity of Indigenous peoples, there are also specific names for each language, such as Navajo, Cree, Quechua, and Mapudungun. Despite the impact of colonialism and the decline of many Indigenous languages, efforts are underway to revitalize and preserve these languages through education programs, language nests, and cultural practices.

Synonyms for American-indian language:

What are the hypernyms for American-indian language?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    native american languages, indigenous languages of the americas, Indigenous American languages, languages of the Americas.

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