Definición de Naskapi en Inglés

Naskapi

(also Nascapi, Nascaupee, Nascupi)

Pronunciación /nəˈskɑːpi/ /nəˈskapi/ /ˈnaskəpi/

adjetivo

  • Of, relating to, or designating a North American Indian people of the Montagnais–Naskapi group, inhabiting northern Labrador and Quebec in seasonal settlements.

nombre

  • 1The Naskapi people; a member of this people.

  • 2The Algonquian language of the Naskapi, a dialect of the Montagnais–Naskapi group.

Origen

Late 18th century; earliest use found in George Cartwright (1739–1819). From French Naskapi from Montagnais *unaska·hpi·w.