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Cherokee is a member of the Iroquoian language family, which also includes Seneca, Tuscorora, Onondega, Wyandot-Huron, and Mohawk.

The major dialect differences in Cherokee fall along the geographical divide. There are two dialects spoken in North Carolina and one in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma dialect is thought to be a mixture of different dialects which formed when different tribes were relocated to the same reservation. The North Carolina dialects tend to show less change, due to the isolation of the speakers in a mountainous region. All dialects are mutually intelligible. Differences among the Oklahoma speakers tend to be limited to phonological features.

Main dialects are Elati, Kituhwa, Otali, Overhill-Middle Cherokee

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