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Pökoot (also known as Pokot, Päkot, Pökot, and in older literature as Suk) is a language spoken in western Kenya and eastern Uganda by the Pokot people. Pökoot is classified to the northern branch of the Kalenjin languages found in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The Pökoot are usually called "Kimukon" by the other Kalenjin peoples. A 1994 figure of SIL puts the total number of speakers at 264,000, while the only little more recent Schladt (1997:40) gives the more conservative estimate of 150,000 people, presumably based on the figures found in Rottland (1982:26) who puts the number at slightly more than 115,000.

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  • Pökoot (auch Pokot, Päkot, Pökot und – in älterer Literatur – Suk) ist eine im westlichen Kenia (Westpokot und Baringo-Distrikt) und im östlichen Uganda (Distrikt ) von der Ethnie der Pokot gesprochene südnilotische Kalendjin-Sprache. 1994 bezifferte das SIL die Zahl der Sprecher auf 264.000, während in der einzigen etwas jüngeren Schätzung (Schladt 1997) von 150.000 Sprechern ausgegangen wird – vermutlich basierend auf Rottland (1982), der die Zahl der Sprecher auf wenig mehr als 115.000 schätzte. Rund um das Verbreitungsgebiet von Pökoot werden folgende Sprachen gesprochen: nördlich die ostnilotische Sprache Ngakaramojong, nordöstlich die ostnilotische Sprache Turkana, östlich die ostnilotischen Sprachen Maa (einschließlich ) sowie südlich die südnilotischen Kalendjin-Sprachen Tugen und , die erheblich vom Pökoot beeinflusst sind. (de)
  • Pökoot (also known as Pokot, Päkot, Pökot, and in older literature as Suk) is a language spoken in western Kenya and eastern Uganda by the Pokot people. Pökoot is classified to the northern branch of the Kalenjin languages found in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The Pökoot are usually called "Kimukon" by the other Kalenjin peoples. A 1994 figure of SIL puts the total number of speakers at 264,000, while the only little more recent Schladt (1997:40) gives the more conservative estimate of 150,000 people, presumably based on the figures found in Rottland (1982:26) who puts the number at slightly more than 115,000. The Pökoot area is bordered to the north by the Eastern Nilotic language Karimojong. Turkana, another Eastern Nilotic language, is found to the northeast. To the east, the Maa languages Samburu and Camus (on Lake Baringo) are spoken, and to the south, the other Kalenjin languages Tugen and Markweta are found, which show considerable influence from Pökoot. (en)
  • Pocote (pokot ou suque (suk é uma falada no oeste do Quênia e leste da Uganda pelos pocotes, um subgrupo dos calenjins. É classificada no grupo norte das . É comumente referida como quimucom (kimukon pelos outros povos calenjins. O SIL de 1994 coloca que seu total de falantes era de 264 000, enquanto a estimativa um pouco mais recente de Schladt forneceu uma estimativa mais conservadora de 150 000 pessoas, provavelmente com base nos números encontrados por Rottland, que coloca o número em pouco menos de 115 000. Segundo o censo de 2009, há 700 000 falantes. O pocote faz fronteira respectivamente a norte e nordeste com as e , ambas . Ao leste, são faladas as e (no e, ao sul, há as línguas calenjins e , que mostram considerável influência do pocote. (pt)
  • Покот (также пэкот, пёкоот, пакот, пёкот, сук; англ. pokot, pökoot, pakot, pökot, suk, päkot) — нилотский язык, распространённый в западных районах Кении и в приграничных с Кенией восточных районах Уганды, язык народа покот. Входит в состав . Общая численность носителей — около 738 000 человек. Письменность основана на латинском алфавите. (ru)
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  • Nilo-Saharan (en)
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  • Pökoot (en)
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  • West Pokot and Baringo districts in Kenya. Karimojong borderland in Uganda. (en)
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  • Покот (также пэкот, пёкоот, пакот, пёкот, сук; англ. pokot, pökoot, pakot, pökot, suk, päkot) — нилотский язык, распространённый в западных районах Кении и в приграничных с Кенией восточных районах Уганды, язык народа покот. Входит в состав . Общая численность носителей — около 738 000 человек. Письменность основана на латинском алфавите. (ru)
  • Pökoot (auch Pokot, Päkot, Pökot und – in älterer Literatur – Suk) ist eine im westlichen Kenia (Westpokot und Baringo-Distrikt) und im östlichen Uganda (Distrikt ) von der Ethnie der Pokot gesprochene südnilotische Kalendjin-Sprache. 1994 bezifferte das SIL die Zahl der Sprecher auf 264.000, während in der einzigen etwas jüngeren Schätzung (Schladt 1997) von 150.000 Sprechern ausgegangen wird – vermutlich basierend auf Rottland (1982), der die Zahl der Sprecher auf wenig mehr als 115.000 schätzte. (de)
  • Pökoot (also known as Pokot, Päkot, Pökot, and in older literature as Suk) is a language spoken in western Kenya and eastern Uganda by the Pokot people. Pökoot is classified to the northern branch of the Kalenjin languages found in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The Pökoot are usually called "Kimukon" by the other Kalenjin peoples. A 1994 figure of SIL puts the total number of speakers at 264,000, while the only little more recent Schladt (1997:40) gives the more conservative estimate of 150,000 people, presumably based on the figures found in Rottland (1982:26) who puts the number at slightly more than 115,000. (en)
  • Pocote (pokot ou suque (suk é uma falada no oeste do Quênia e leste da Uganda pelos pocotes, um subgrupo dos calenjins. É classificada no grupo norte das . É comumente referida como quimucom (kimukon pelos outros povos calenjins. O SIL de 1994 coloca que seu total de falantes era de 264 000, enquanto a estimativa um pouco mais recente de Schladt forneceu uma estimativa mais conservadora de 150 000 pessoas, provavelmente com base nos números encontrados por Rottland, que coloca o número em pouco menos de 115 000. Segundo o censo de 2009, há 700 000 falantes. (pt)
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  • Pökoot (de)
  • Língua pocote (pt)
  • Pökoot language (en)
  • Покот (язык) (ru)
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