Access to Justice for Deaf Persons in Nunavut: Focus on Signed Languages

APPENDIX B

SELECTED VOCABULARY ITEMS OF VIDEOTAPED INTERVIEW IN IQALUIT

Rankin Inlet: First Family

Total Number of Lexical Items = 94

  • Auger drill
  • Baker lake
  • Bride
  • Broken
  • Caribou hunt
  • Caribou
  • Char
  • Chase
  • Children
  • Church
  • Coffee
  • Cold
  • Daddy
  • Do not
  • Don’t know
  • Don’t smoke
  • Eating raw caribou
  • Fat
  • Feast
  • Finish
  • First time
  • Fish
  • Fishing
  • Five
  • Fix
  • Food
  • Friend
  • Full
  • Groom
  • Guide
  • Gun
  • Hot
  • How
  • Hungry
  • Lake
  • Language
  • Like
  • Lots of money
  • Man
  • Money
  • Move away
  • No
  • One
  • Over there
  • Phone
  • Pop
  • Report
  • Running
  • Saw
  • See
  • She ate
  • Signing
  • Size
  • Small
  • Smoking
  • Snow machine
  • Spring
  • Staring
  • Summer
  • Sun shining
  • Surprise
  • Tea
  • Thirsty
  • Three weeks to spring
  • Type of fish
  • Warm weather
  • Warm
  • Wedding
  • What
  • Winter
  • Work
  • Working

Rankin Inlet: Second Family

Total Number of Lexical Items = 83

  • 1997
  • 2000
  • Afraid
  • ASL
  • Baker lake
  • Bearing
  • Blizzard
  • Broken
  • Children
  • Dark
  • Don’t know
  • Family
  • Famine
  • Finger spelling
  • Goodbye
  • Hello
  • High on a hill
  • Him
  • How
  • How are you
  • How many years ago
  • Hungry
  • Inuk sign language
  • Know
  • Late
  • Lost
  • Me
  • Moon out
  • Mother
  • No food
  • North
  • Nothing
  • Old sign language
  • One person
  • Phone
  • School
  • School
  • Seal hunting
  • Sleep
  • Small child
  • South
  • Starvation
  • Storm
  • Strong
  • Sun setting
  • Survive
  • Them
  • Thin
  • Thinking
  • Time passed
  • Travel
  • Two years ago
  • Weak
  • When
  • Who
  • Why
  • Year
  • You
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