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ValueSet: AmericanIndianAlaskaNativeLanguages

Official URL: http://terminology.hl7.org/ValueSet/v3-AmericanIndianAlaskaNativeLanguages Version: 2.0.0
Active as of 2014-03-26 Computable Name: AmericanIndianAlaskaNativeLanguages
Other Identifiers: : urn:oid:2.16.840.1.113883.1.11.18130

References

This value set is not used here; it may be used elsewhere (e.g. specifications and/or implementations that use this content)

Logical Definition (CLD)

This value set includes codes based on the following rules:

 

Expansion

This value set contains 159 concepts

All codes in this table are from the system http://terminology.hl7.org/CodeSystem/v3-AmericanIndianAlaskaNativeLanguages

CodeDisplay - English (English, en)
  x-HAIHaida
  x-KUNKootenai
  x-PSDPlains Indian Sign Language
  x-YUCYuchi
  x-ZUNZuni
  _AlgonquianAlgonquian
  _ArapahoanArapahoan
  _ArapahoGrosVentreArapahoGrosVentre
  x-ARPArapaho
  x-ATSGros Ventre
  _CreeMontagnaisCreeMontagnais
  _CreeCree
  x-CRPWestern Cree
  _EasternAlgonquinEasternAlgonquin
  _AbenakianAbenakian
  x-AAQEastern Abenaki
  x-ABEWestern Abenaki
  x-MACMaliseet-Passamaquoddy
  _DelawaranDelawaran
  x-DELUnami Delaware
  x-MICMicmac
  _OjibwayanOjibwayan
  x-OJBSouthern Ojibwa
  x-POTPotawatami
  _SaukFoxKickapooSaukFoxKickapoo
  x-KICKickapoo
  x-SACMesquakie
  x-SJWShawnee
  x-BLCBlackfoot
  x-CHYCheyenne
  x-MEZMenominee
  _RitwanRitwan
  x-YURYurok
  _AleutAleut
  x-ALWAleut
  _EskimoanEskimoan
  _InuitInupiaqInuitInupiaq
  x-ESINorth Alaskan Inuktitut
  x-ESKNorthwest Alaska Inuktitut
  _SirenikskiYupikSirenikskiYupik
  x-EMSPacific Yupik Gulf
  x-ESSCentral Siberian Yupik
  x-ESUCentral Alaskan Yupik
  _NorthernCaddoanNorthernCaddoan
  x-ARIArikara
  x-PAWPawnee
  x-WICWichita
  _SouthernCaddoanSouthernCaddoan
  x-CADCaddo
  x-QUIQuileute
  _CochimiYumanCochimiYuman
  _YumanYuman
  _DeltaCaliforniaDeltaCalifornia
  _DieguenoDiegueno
  x-DIHKumeyaay
  x-COCCocopa
  _PaiPai
  x-YUFHavasupai
  _RiverRiver
  x-MOVMohave
  x-MRCMaricopa
  x-YUMQuechan
  _PalaihnihanPalaihnihan
  x-ACHAchumawi
  x-ATWAtsugewi
  _PomoanPomoan
  x-KJUKashaya
  x-PEFNortheastern Pomo
  x-PEOSoutheastern Pomo
  x-PEQSouthern Pomo
  x-POOCentral Pomo
  _ShastaShasta
  x-SHTShasta
  x-KYHKarok
  x-WASWashoe
  _NorthernIroquoianNorthernIroquoian
  x-CAYCayuga
  x-MOHMohawk
  x-ONEOneida
  x-ONOOnondaga
  x-SEESeneca
  x-TUSTuscarora
  x-CERCherokee
  x-KEERio Grande Keresan
  x-KJQAcoma-Laguna
  _TiwaTiwa
  x-TAONorthern Tiwa
  x-TIXSouthern Tiwa
  x-KIOKiowa
  x-TEWTewa
  x-TOWJemez
  _CentralMuskogeanCentralMuskogean
  x-AKZAlabama
  x-CKUKoasati
  x-MIKMikasuki
  _WesternMuskogeanWesternMuskogean
  x-CCTChoctaw
  x-CICChickasaw
  x-CRKCreek
  _AthapaskanEyakAthapaskanEyak
  _AthapaskanAthapaskan
  _ApacheanApachean
  _EasternApacheanEasternApachean
  x-APJJicarilla
  x-APLLipan
  _WesternApacheanWesternApachean
  x-APMMescalero-Chiricahua
  x-APWWestern Apache
  x-NAVDine
  x-APKKiowa Apache
  _CentralAlaskaYukonCentralAlaskaYukon
  _KoyukonIngalikKoyukonIngalik
  x-HOIHolikachuk
  x-INGDegexit'an
  x-KOYKoyukon
  _KutchinHanKutchinHan
  x-HAAHan
  x-KUCKutchin
  _TananaTutchoneTananaTutchone
  _TananaTanana
  x-TAALower Tanana
  x-TAUUpper Tanana
  x-TCBTanacross
  x-KUUUpper Kuskokwim
  _PacificCoastAthapaskanPacificCoastAthapaskan
  _CaliforniaAthapaskanCaliforniaAthapaskan
  x-HUPHupa
  x-KTWCahto
  _OregonAthapaskanOregonAthapaskan
  x-TOLTolowa
  x-TUUTututni
  _SouthernAlaskaSouthernAlaska
  x-AHTAhtna
  x-TFNTanaina
  x-EYAEyak
  x-TLITlingit
  _ChinookanChinookan
  _UpperChinookUpperChinook
  x-WACKiksht
  _CoosanCoosan
  x-COSHanis
  _MaiduanMaiduan
  x-MAINorthwest Maidu
  x-NMUNortheast Maidu
  x-NSZNisenan
  _PlateauPenutianPlateauPenutian
  _SahaptianSahaptian
  x-UMAUmatilla
  x-WAAWalla Walla
  x-WARTenino
  x-YAKYakima
  x-KLAKlamath-Modoc
  x-NEZNez Perce
  _TakelmanTakelman
  _KalapuyanKalapuyan
  x-KALCentral Kalapuyan
  _TsimshianicTsimshianic
  x-TSICoast Tsimshain
  _UtianUtian
  _MiwokanMiwokan
  _EasternMiwokEasternMiwok
  x-CSMCentral Sierra Miwok
  x-NSQNorthern Sierra Miwok
  x-PMWPlains Miwok
  x-SKDSouthern Sierra Miwok
  _WesternMiwokWesternMiwok
  x-CSICoast Miwok
  x-LMWLake Miwok
  _WintuanWintuan
  x-WITWintu-Nomlaki
  _YokutsanYokutsan
  x-ENHKings River
  x-GSHGashowu
  x-PYLPoso Creek
  x-TKHTule-Kaweah
  x-CHHChinook Wawa
  _CentralSalishCentralSalish
  x-CLMClallam
  x-LUTLushootseed
  x-STRNorthern Straits
  _InteriorSalishInteriorSalish
  x-COLColumbian
  x-CRDCoeur D'alene
  x-FLAKalispel
  x-OKAOkanagan
  _TsamosanTsamosan
  x-CEALower Chehalis
  x-CJHUpper Chehalis
  x-COWCowlitz
  x-QUNQuinault
  _SiouanSiouan
  _MississippiValleyMississippiValley
  _ChiwereWinnebagoChiwereWinnebago
  x-IOWChiwere
  x-WINHocak
  _DakotanDakotan
  x-ASBAssiniboine
  x-DHGDakota
  x-LKTLakota
  x-NKTNakota
  _DhegihaDhegiha
  x-KAAKansa
  x-OMAOmaha-Ponca
  x-OSAOsage
  x-QUAQuapaw
  _MissouriRiverMissouriRiver
  x-CROCrow
  x-HIDHidatsa
  x-MHQMandan
  _NumicNumic
  _CentralNumicCentralNumic
  x-COMComanche
  x-PARPanamint
  x-SHHShoshone
  _SouthernNumicSouthernNumic
  x-KAWKawaiisu
  x-UTEUte-Southern Paiute
  _WesternNumicWesternNumic
  x-MONMono
  x-PAONorthern Paiute-Bannock
  _TakicTakic
  _CupanCupan
  x-CHLCahuilla
  x-CUPCupeno
  x-LUILuiseno
  _SerranoGabrielinoSerranoGabrielino
  x-SERSerrano
  _TaracahitanTaracahitan
  _CahitanCahitan
  x-YAQYaqui
  _TepimanTepiman
  x-PAPPapago-Pima
  x-HOPHopi
  x-TUBTubatululabal
  _NootkanNootkan
  x-MYHMakah
  x-WAOWappo
  x-YUKYuki

Explanation of the columns that may appear on this page:

Level A few code lists that FHIR defines are hierarchical - each code is assigned a level. In this scheme, some codes are under other codes, and imply that the code they are under also applies
System The source of the definition of the code (when the value set draws in codes defined elsewhere)
Code The code (used as the code in the resource instance)
Display The display (used in the display element of a Coding). If there is no display, implementers should not simply display the code, but map the concept into their application
Definition An explanation of the meaning of the concept
Comments Additional notes about how to use the code

History

DateActionCustodianAuthorComment
2020-05-06reviseVocabulary WGTed KleinMigrated to the UTG maintenance environment and publishing tooling.
2014-03-26revise2014T1_2014-03-26_001283 (RIM release ID)Vocabulary (Woody Beeler) (no record of original request)Lock all vaue sets untouched since 2014-03-26 to trackingId 2014T1_2014_03_26