The Cherokee Indians speak one of 23 dialects of Tsalagi (Jah-sala-Ge, Jah-la-gee, Cha-la-gee, or Cha-la-g) a derivative of Irquoian ( ear-o-coy).
The Cherokee Indians speak English. However, there is also a Cherokee Language that many of them also speak.
Africans dont have a specific language because its a continent not a country .Therefore, if you speak the language of your tribe. For an example, if your from Ghana , then you have a specific tribe and you speak the language of that tribe.
Yoruba is a tribe, but it is also a language. Not all people from the Yoruba tribe speak Yoruba as a language, and not all people that speak Yoruba are from the Yoruba tribe. For example, some from Akwa-ibom, Bendel, Delta, or Rivers tribe speak Yoruba. But most from the Yoruba tribe speak Yoruba, or Pidgin English.
The Cherokee had a spoken and written language. The tribe even published "books" or pamphlets in their language.
The Cherokee Tribe The Maya created a written language much earlier than the Cherokees.
I think the Cherokee tribe is unique from the other tribes was that they spoke different language. Also, that the ABC was born there.
They speak Skarure, the Tuscarora language is Skarure.
They speak arabic.
Mulga means princess in Cherokee language. The Cherokee are a Native American Indian tribe in the Midwestern part of the United States.
The Nez Perce tribe speak what's simply called the Nez Perce language. With only about 200 native speakers, it's considered an endangered language.
Both speak English now as well as their native tongues.
Sacagawea speaks the Shoshone language. (her native American tribe language)
Waya, the Tsalagi (Cherokee language) word for wolf, means teacher, guide, and pathfinder in the Cherokee tribe (simply put).
i think the answer is Cherokee tribe
According to what I've learned, the Cherokee spoke a language that called "tsalagi" (I think it's pronounced something like: "jah-lah-gee". I think the "G" in this word is pronounced something between a hard "G" in English and the English "K". I'm a total beginner as far as understanding the language, but that's something I know from various resources online). I'm not sure if there's an accurate English name for the language, but when I was looking for the Cherokee Language, I referred to the language as "Cherokee" before I knew their name for their own language. Hope this helped.
the Mohegans are a very alike tribe. The Pequots even speak their language.
No. Each tribe had its own language.
The Karok of Californian speak a language classed as "Hokan", like the Chumash, Yahi, Yana and other small California groups. They have no connection of any kind with the Cherokees of the south east, who are classed as Iroquoian.
It comes from the word, "Tsalagi," which is in the Creek alphabet. The Anglicized version is "Chelokee," or "Cherokee," which means "people who speak another language.
The Pitjantjatjara people speak:Pitjantjatjara (a dialect of Wati, also called Western Desert Language)EnglishAbout 75% of Pitjantjatjara people speak Pitjantjatjara, and unlike most indigenous peoples, the majority of pitjantjatjara speakers do NOT speak English.
The Jumano people speak a Tanoan language, that came from Aztec roots. The Jumanos were a tribe living in Texas that are now extinct.