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The Arapaho language (also Arapahoe) language is a Plains Algonquian language (an areal rather than genetic grouping) spoken almost entirely by elders in Wyoming. The language, which is in great danger of becoming extinct, has diverged very significantly phonologically from its posited proto-language, Proto-Algonquian (Proto-Algonquian *maθkwa, "bear," became Arapaho wox, and Proto-Algonquian *weθari, "her husband," became Arapaho ííx).
As mentioned above, the Plains Algonquian languages are phonologically very distinct from other people in the great basin speak Algonquian languages and from Proto-Algonquian. Arapaho has a series of four short vowels /i e ɔ u/ and four long vowels /iː eː ɔː uː/. It also contains three diphthongs, /ei/, /ɔu/, and /ie/. The consonant inventory of Arapaho is given in the table below. /j/ is normally transcribed as
Gros Ventre (also known as Atsina), a divergent dialect of Arapaho, has three additional phonemes, /tʲ/, /ʦ/, and /bʲ/, and lacks the velar fricative /x/.
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