suzmccarth wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> Here is a list of Eastern Cree and Naskapi words in syllabics. The
> first set includes words in Cree/Naskapi from English or French.
> The second set, words that have come into English from Cree and the
> third set, place names. This list includes the same kind of comfort
> food found in the Tamil list.

Thank you, Suz. In the meanwhile, I have completed my Cree-script list,
mainly with samples sent by Wolfgang.

Anyway, I'll have a look to your samples and probably substitute some of the
existing ones (which are a bit too "biblical" for my taste: as it is now, it
looks as if Cree and Inuktitut were the official languages of the Vatican :)

Scrittura cree
1. ᐁᐠᓴᑕᐢ [eksatas]: "Esodo" (uno dei libri della Bibbia, dall'inglese
2. ᐃᓄᐃᑦ [inuit] (eschimese): inuit, eschimese
3. ᐃᐅᕈᑉ [iurop] (eschimese): Europa (dall'inglese "Europe")
4. ᑲᓇᑕ [kanata] (eschimese): Canada
5. ᒉᓂᓯᐢ [tšenisis]: "Genesi" (uno dei libri della Bibbia, dall'inglese
6. ᒋᓴᐢ [tšisas]: Gesù (dall'inglese "Jesus")
7. ᓴᐣᐟ ᒫᕒᐠ [sent mārk]: San Marco (dall'inglese "Saint Mark")
8. ᓴᐣᐟ ᒫᐟᔪ [sent mātyu]: San Matteo (dall'inglese "Saint Matthew")
9. ᓯᓛᐱᒃᔅ [silāpiks] (eschimese): scrittura cree (dall'inglese
10. ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ [nehiyawewin]: lingua cree
11. ᓄᓇᕗᑦ [nunavut] (eschimese): Nunavut (la provincia eschimese del
12. ᕒᐅᒪᓇ [romana]: "Romani" (una delle epistole del Vangelo)

> I have posted an image this time. I will have to take down this link
> and the Tamil list in a few weeks.

OK, I've already downloaded it.

Have a nice 2nd half of week-end, everybody.