Glusuaqann tet iga'tas'gl ta'n telgaqalugwatas'gl.
Words are posted as they are considered complete.
The plan:The talking dictionary project is developing an Internet resource for the Mi'gmaq/Mi’kmaq language. Each headword is recorded by a minimum of three speakers. Multiple speakers allow one to hear differences and variations in how a word is pronounced. Each recorded word is used in an accompanying phrase. This permits learners the opportunity to develop the difficult skill of distinguishing individual words when they are spoken in a phrase.
Thus far we have posted over 3500 headwords, a majority of these entries include two to three additional forms.
The project was initiated in Listuguj, therefore all entries have Listuguj speakers and Listuguj spellings. In collaboration with Unama'ki, the site now includes a number of recordings from Unama'ki speakers. More will be added as they are recorded. Eventually this site will include the Smith-Francis spellings used there.
The orthographies (spelling system):
Each word is presented using the Listuguj orthography. The Smith-Francis
orthography will be included in the future. Some spellings are speculative.
Listuguj is in the Gespe'g territory of the Mi'gmaw; located on the southwest shore of the Gaspè peninsula.
Unama'ki is a Mi’gmaw territory; in English it is known as Cape Breton.
Ta'n Teltoqsi'tij Lnueie'g Gnugwatigng pasgijega tet
Voiced Pronunciation Guide click here