Dëne Dédliné Yatıé is a dialect of Chipewyan closest to that spoken by the Tetsǫ́t’ıné (Yellowknives) of Akaitcho’s time. It is currently spoken in Denı́nu Kuę́ (Fort Resolution) and by the descendants of residents of Rocher River. Dëne Sǫłıné arrived in Łutselkʼe more recently but is a dialect widely spoken in Northern Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
These names were sourced from:
- Dëne Dédlıné Yatıé Ɂerehtł’ı́scho Denı́nu Kuę́ Yatıé – Chipewyan Dictionary. South Slave Divisional Education Council, 2012.
- Dëné Sǫłıné Yatıé Ɂerehtłʼı́s Łuskëlkʼe Tʼıné Yatıé / Chipewyan Dictionary – Łutselkʼe Dialect. South Slave Divisional Education Council, 2014.