The Northern Asian and Arctic American aboriginal languages are artificially composed groups of the languages.
Ainu [ain] is a living language spoken by Ainu people in Japan (Hokkaido). Katakana and Latin scripts are used. See more on Wikipedia. (118 lemmas)
Central Yupik [esu] is a living language spoken by Yup'ik in United States (Alaska). Latin script is used. See more on Wikipedia. (124 lemmas)
Kalaallisut [kal] is a living language spoken by Greenlandic Inuit in Denmark (Greenland). Latin script are used. See more on Wikipedia. (246 lemmas)
Manchu [mnc] is a living language spoken by Manchu people in China (Manchuria). Manchu script is used. See more on Wikipedia. (126 lemmas)
These sets of small dictionaries are intended to help you get a list of elementary words and phrases.
Multi Linguis offers you a set of small survival dictionaries of the Northern Asian and Arctic American languages.
Each of them includes up to 999 elementary words and phrases. The entries are arranged by parts of speech and then by topics, not by the alphabet.
The book is intended to help you try out these languages, spell simple broken phrases on it and also get some fun.
The set 1 of 1 contains Ainu, Central Yupik, Kalaallisut and Manchu.
You may buy the dictionary in some ebook stores or on this selling page. The purchase can include pdf, epub and mobi versions.