Greenlandic language resources – Language Links Database
Greenlandic is a polysynthetic language that allows the creation of long words by stringing together roots and suffixes. The language's morphosyntactic alignment being ergative, it treats (case-marks) the argument ("subject") of an intransitive verb like the object of a transitive verb but differently from the agent ("subject") of a transitive verb.
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Native speakers: 57,000
Official language in: Greenland
- ilinniusiorfik.gl - Comprehensive Greenlandic-Danish, Danish-Greenlandic dictionary