Definition of American-indian language

1. Noun. Any of the languages spoken by Amerindians.

Lexicographical Neighbors of American-indian Language

Amelia Earhart
Amenhotep IV
America's Cup
America at home
American-Indian language
American Airlines
American Baptist Convention
American Bobtail
American Bobtails
American Bulldog
American Bulldogs
American Cancer Society
American Civil War
American Curl
American Curls
American Dream
American English
American Falls
American Federalist Party

Literary usage of American-indian language

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of by William Thomas Lowndes (1864)
"Is. American-Indian- The New Testament translated into the (American) Indian Language, by John Eliot. Cambridge. US 1661, small 4to. with a second ..."

2. Indians, Indian Tribes, and State Government by Deborah McKnight (1999)
"The act directs the Board of Teaching to grant to eligible individuals teaching licenses in American Indian language and cultural education. ..."

3. Surveying the Record: North American Scientific Exploration to 1930 by Edward Carlos Carter (1999)
"... of America North of Mexico" (1891).l2 He controlled Bureau linguistics and favored a genetic interpretation of American Indian language development. ..."

4. Indian Myths, Or, Legends, Traditions, and Symbols of the Aborigines of by Ellen Russell Emerson (1884)
"... supplementary to which are a few words from divers dialects of the North American Indian language, taken from Mr. Gallatin's vocabulary. ..."

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