L'unami (ou lenape) est une langue algonquienne disparue, appartenant aux langues delaware (en) au même titre que le munsee. Elle fut parlée par le peuple amérindien lenapes dans les régions aujourd'hui appelées New Jersey, Pennsylvanie et – plus tard – Oklahoma. Ses locuteurs ont par la suite adopté l'anglais.↑ (en) Raymond G. Gordon, Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Dallas, Summer Institute of Linguistics,‎ 2005

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  • L'unami (ou lenape) est une langue algonquienne disparue, appartenant aux langues delaware (en) au même titre que le munsee. Elle fut parlée par le peuple amérindien lenapes dans les régions aujourd'hui appelées New Jersey, Pennsylvanie et – plus tard – Oklahoma. Ses locuteurs ont par la suite adopté l'anglais.
  • La lingua unami è uno dei due sottolinguaggi della Lingua delaware. Appartenente alla famiglia delle lingue algonchine era parlata dai nativi americani stanziati nella regione dell'attuale New York e zone limitrofe. Lingua estinta alla fine del XIX secolo, aveva acquisito alcune parole della lingua olandese parlata dai primi europei insediatisi alla foce del fiume Hudson.
  • Unami is an Algonquian language spoken by Lenape people in what was then the lower Hudson Valley area and New York Harbor area, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, but later in Ontario and Oklahoma. It is one of the two Delaware languages, the other being Munsee. The last fluent speaker, Edward Thompson, of the Delaware Tribe of Indians, died on 31 August 2002. His sister Nora Thompson Dean (1907–1984) provided valuable information about the language to linguists and other scholars.Lenape is from /lənaːpːe/, a word in the Unami dialect whose most literal translation into English would be "common person". The Lenape names for the areas they inhabited were Scheyichbi (i.e. New Jersey), which means "water's edge", and Lenapehoking, meaning "in the land of the Delaware Indians", although the latter is a term coined by the Unami speaker Nora Thompson Dean in 1984, to describe the ancient homeland of all Delaware Indians, both Unami and Munsee. The English named the river running through much of the traditional range of the Lenape after the first governor of the Jamestown Colony, Lord De La Warr, and consequently referred to the people who lived around the river as "Delaware Indians".
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  • L'unami (ou lenape) est une langue algonquienne disparue, appartenant aux langues delaware (en) au même titre que le munsee. Elle fut parlée par le peuple amérindien lenapes dans les régions aujourd'hui appelées New Jersey, Pennsylvanie et – plus tard – Oklahoma. Ses locuteurs ont par la suite adopté l'anglais.↑ (en) Raymond G. Gordon, Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Dallas, Summer Institute of Linguistics,‎ 2005
  • La lingua unami è uno dei due sottolinguaggi della Lingua delaware. Appartenente alla famiglia delle lingue algonchine era parlata dai nativi americani stanziati nella regione dell'attuale New York e zone limitrofe. Lingua estinta alla fine del XIX secolo, aveva acquisito alcune parole della lingua olandese parlata dai primi europei insediatisi alla foce del fiume Hudson.
  • Unami is an Algonquian language spoken by Lenape people in what was then the lower Hudson Valley area and New York Harbor area, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, but later in Ontario and Oklahoma. It is one of the two Delaware languages, the other being Munsee. The last fluent speaker, Edward Thompson, of the Delaware Tribe of Indians, died on 31 August 2002.
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