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Siwa (natively, Siųa) is a language of the Alopian language family, spoken by around 45,000 people in Quebec, in the southern part of the region of Nord-du-Québec, stretching from Lake Mistassini to the shores of Rupert Bay. While mainly a priori, some roots are Uralic and Algonquian in origin, evidence of the people's migration from Europe in the late Boreal age. It was created by Ljóni Poisson (u/empetrum on Reddit).
- ^ Poisson, Étienne L. (2016) . Sauṡpỉdna katatsġovabmis Sỷdi [A Descriptive Grammar of Siwa] (PDF) (2nd ed.). Lulu. ISBN 9781365512957.
- ^ Poisson, Étienne L. (2015). Můkvikeisme Sỷdi kendauġġi [A Beginner's Course in Modern Siwa] (PDF). Lulu. ISBN 9781329592568.
This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- Siwa entry maintenance (2 C)
- Siwa figures of speech (2 C)
- Siwa modules (6 P)
- Siwa non-lemma forms (4 C, 104 P)
- Regional Siwa terms (2 C)
- Siwa templates (4 C, 9 P)
- Siwa terms by etymology (8 C)
- Siwa terms by usage (8 C)