Paiute DictionaryA comprehensive dictionary of the northern Paiute language.
Category Archives: Paiute Culture
Northern Paiute The Northern Paiute people speak Numic languages of the Uto-Aztecan family. This particular language is also known as Numu or Paviotso. As of 1994, there are around 500 fluent speakers. It is a language with subject-object-verb order. It … Continue reading
The Paiute Indians were both hunters and gatherers. The did a lot of season food gathering within their territory, searching for specific foods by which season they were in. Some seeds and berries were found in the summer while bulbs … Continue reading
The Paiute Indians were a group of Native Americans that lived in the Great Basin in eastern California, western Nevada, and southeast Oregon. They were a proud people and their history has many interesting traditions. One traditions that stands out … Continue reading