Siksika, also known as Blackfoot, is a language spoken by the Blackfoot people of North America. It is a member of the Algonquian language family, and is closely related to other Algonquian languages like Cree and Ojibwe. Siksika is spoken by around 4,000 people in the United States and Canada. The Blackfoot people have a long history in North America, and their language reflects this. Siksika is a very old language, and has been passed down through the generations. It is one of the few Indigenous languages in North America that is still spoken today. Siksika is a very unique language, and has some interesting features. For example, it is one of the few languages that use the sound “ts”. This sound is made by putting your tongue between your teeth and saying “s”. Siksika also has a lot of words that are only used by men or only used by women. The Blackfoot people have a strong connection to their language, and it is an important part of their culture. Siksika is used in ceremonies and is a way for people to connect with their ancestors. The language is also used in Blackfoot storytelling, which is a very important part of Blackfoot culture. Siksika is a language that is in danger of disappearing. The number of people who speak the language is declining, and many young people are not learning it. The Blackfoot people are working to keep their language alive, and there are some programs in place to help with this. If you are interested in learning more about Siksika, or other Indigenous languages, there are some great resources available. The website FirstVoices.com has a lot of information about Siksika and other Indigenous languages. You can also find resources for learning Siksika on the Blackfoot Language and Culture website.

Language group

Algonquian languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Siksika, Canada, Latin
Siksika, Latin