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{{InfoboxLanguage|
 
|Language=Kildin Saami
 
|Language=Kildin Saami
|Autonym= (Kīllt) Sāmʼ kīll  
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|Autonym= (кӣллт) са̄мь кӣлл / (kīllt) sāmʼ kīll
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|Pronunciation=[(kiːlːˠt) saːmʲ kːlːˠ]
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|OLACname=Kildin Sami
 
|WALSname=Saami (Kildin)
 
|WALSname=Saami (Kildin)
 
|Ethn15name=Saami, Kildin
 
|Ethn15name=Saami, Kildin
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|WALSLoc= 37dE 67dN  
 
|WALSLoc= 37dE 67dN  
 
|Family= [[Uralic]]
 
|Family= [[Uralic]]
|Genus= [[Peninsula-East-Saamic]]
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|Genus= [[Peninsula Eastern Saamic]]
|OfficialLg= not an official language
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|OfficialLg= not official
|ISO1=
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|Speakers=100–800
|ISO2B=
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|WritingSyst=[[Cyrillic]]
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|ISO2B=smi
 
|ISO2T=
 
|ISO2T=
|Ethn15=sjd
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|ISO3=sjd
|MPIExt1=
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|WALScode=sik
 
}}
 
}}
  
'''Kildin Saami''' is a seriously endangered East-Saamic (Uralic) language spoken in the Russian Federation.
 
  
===Name===
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'''Kildin Saami''' is a seriously endangered [[Eastern Saamic]] ([[Uralic]]) language spoken in the Russian Federation.
Pronunciation: [(kiːlːˠt) saːmʲ kːlːˠ]
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The name ''Kildin'' is borrowed from Russian ''кильдин-/kilʼdin-'', the name for
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===Name===
an island on the Barents Sea coast close to present-day Murmansk. The name of the island goes back to a Kildin Saami word ''kīllt'', which originally referred only to the rather peripheral Kīllt dialect of this language.
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The name ''Kildin'' is borrowed from Russian ''kilʼdin-'', the name for
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an island on the Barents Sea coast close to present-day Murmansk. The [[Russian]] name of the island goes back to the Kildin Saami toponym ''kīllt'', which originally referred only to one rather peripheral [[dialect]] of this language.
  
 
===Location===
 
===Location===
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===Speakers===
 
===Speakers===
The number of active speakers is estimated at around 100 (2011).<ref>Scheller 2011</ref>
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The number of active fluent speakers is estimated at around 100 (2011);<ref>Scheller 2011</ref> the overall number of speakers goes perhaps up to 800. 
  
 
===Dialects===
 
===Dialects===
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===Classification===
 
===Classification===
 
:[[Uralic]]  
 
:[[Uralic]]  
::
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::[[Finno-Ugric]]
:::[[Saamic]]  
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:::[[Finno-Permic]]
::::[[East-Saamic]]
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::::[[Finno-Saamic]]
:::::[[Peninsula-East-Saamic]]
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:::::[[Saamic]]  
 
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::::::[[Eastern Saamic]]
===Links===
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:::::::[[Peninsula Eastern Saamic]]
*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kildin_Sami_language 'Kildin Saami' in Wikipedia]
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*[http://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/sjd/Кӣллт_са̄мь_кӣлл 'Kildin Saami' in the Kildin Saami Wikimedia Incubator]
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*[http://omnibus.uni-freiburg.de/~mr5496/downl/KildinSketchVeryshort.pdf 'Kildin Saami: a brief introduction' by Michael Rießler]
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===Works on the language===
 
===Works on the language===
*Blokland, Rogier and [[Michael Rießler]]. 2011. Saami-Russian-Komi contacts on the Kola Peninsula. ''Language contact in times of globalization'', ed. by Cornelius Hasselblatt, Peter Houtzagers and Remco van Pareren. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 5–26.
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*Blokland, Rogier and [[Michael Rießler]]. 2011. Saami-Russian-[[Komi]] contacts on the Kola Peninsula. ''Language contact in times of globalization'', ed. by Cornelius Hasselblatt, Peter Houtzagers and Remco van Pareren. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 5–26.
*[[Georgij Martynovič Kert|Kert, Georgij M.]] 1971. ''Saamskij jazyk''. Leningrad: Nauka.
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*[[Georgij_Martynovič_Kert|Kert, Georgij M.]] 1971. ''Saamskij jazyk''. Leningrad: Nauka.
 
*Scheller, Elisabeth. 2011. The Sámi language situation in Russia. ''Ethnic and linguistic context of identity'', ed. by Riho Grünthal and Magdolna Kovács. Helsinki: SUS. 79–96.
 
*Scheller, Elisabeth. 2011. The Sámi language situation in Russia. ''Ethnic and linguistic context of identity'', ed. by Riho Grünthal and Magdolna Kovács. Helsinki: SUS. 79–96.
  
 
===References===
 
===References===
 
<references/>
 
<references/>
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===Links and resources===
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kildin_Sami_language 'Kildin Saami'] in Wikipedia
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*[http://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/sjd/Кӣллт_са̄мь_кӣлл 'Кӣллт_са̄мь_кӣлл'] in the Kildin Saami Wikimedia Incubator
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*[http://www.galoes.org/grammars/sjd Kildin Saami grammar] in [[Galoes]]
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*[http://omnibus.uni-freiburg.de/~mr5496/downl/KildinSketchVeryshort.pdf 'Kildin Saami: a brief introduction'] by Michael Rießler
  
 
===See also===
 
===See also===
[[Glottopedia:Survey articles|Survey articles]] on Kildin Saami
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[[Glottopedia:Biographical_articles|Bibliographical articles]] on researchers of Kildin Saami
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* [[Aleksandr Gavrilovič Endjukovskij|Endjukovskij, A. G. (de)]]
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* [[Georgij Martynovič Kert|Kert, Georgij M. (de)]]
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[[Glottopedia:Language_articles|Language articles]] on the other [[Kola Saami]] languages
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* [[Akkalasaamisch|Akkalasaamisch (de)]]
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* [[Skolt Saami]]
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* [[Ter Saami]]
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[[Glottopedia:Survey articles|Survey articles]] on Kildin Saami linguistics
 
*[[Kildin Saami phonology]]
 
*[[Kildin Saami phonology]]
 
*[[Kildin Saami morphology]]
 
*[[Kildin Saami morphology]]
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[[Category:En]]
 
[[Category:En]]
[[Category:LANG]]
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[[Category:Single language]]
[[Category:East-Saamic]]
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[[Category:Kola Saami]]
 
[[Category:Kola Saami]]
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[[Category:Kildin Saami]]

Latest revision as of 20:51, 4 February 2013

Kildin Saami
Autoglottonym: (кӣллт) са̄мь кӣлл / (kīllt) sāmʼ kīll
Pronunciation: (kiːlːˠt) saːmʲ kːlːˠ
Ethnologue name: Saami, Kildin
OLAC name: Kildin Sami
WALS name: Saami (Kildin)
Location point: 37dE 67dN
Genealogy
Family: Uralic
Genus: Peninsula Eastern Saamic
Speakers
Country: Russian Federation
Official in: not official
Speakers: 100–800
Writing system: Cyrillic
Codes
ISO 639-2: smi
ISO 639-3: sjd
WALS: sik


Kildin Saami is a seriously endangered Eastern Saamic (Uralic) language spoken in the Russian Federation.

Contents

Name

The name Kildin is borrowed from Russian kilʼdin-, the name for an island on the Barents Sea coast close to present-day Murmansk. The Russian name of the island goes back to the Kildin Saami toponym kīllt, which originally referred only to one rather peripheral dialect of this language.

Location

Kildin Saami is spoken on the Kola peninsula in northwesternmost Russia.

Speakers

The number of active fluent speakers is estimated at around 100 (2011);[1] the overall number of speakers goes perhaps up to 800.

Dialects

  • Arsjogk
  • Kīllt
  • Koardegk
  • Lejjavvʼr (†)
  • Lujavvʼr
  • Māziell`k (†)

Classification

Uralic
Finno-Ugric
Finno-Permic
Finno-Saamic
Saamic
Eastern Saamic
Peninsula Eastern Saamic

Works on the language

  • Blokland, Rogier and Michael Rießler. 2011. Saami-Russian-Komi contacts on the Kola Peninsula. Language contact in times of globalization, ed. by Cornelius Hasselblatt, Peter Houtzagers and Remco van Pareren. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 5–26.
  • Kert, Georgij M. 1971. Saamskij jazyk. Leningrad: Nauka.
  • Scheller, Elisabeth. 2011. The Sámi language situation in Russia. Ethnic and linguistic context of identity, ed. by Riho Grünthal and Magdolna Kovács. Helsinki: SUS. 79–96.

References

  1. Scheller 2011

Links and resources

See also

Bibliographical articles on researchers of Kildin Saami

Language articles on the other Kola Saami languages

Survey articles on Kildin Saami linguistics

Other languages