Evenki

Коченьеекэн Хуркэн (Kocenyiekèn Khurkèn), in Evenki language.

Evenki, a.k.a. Tungus or Solon, is the largest member of the northern group of Tungusic languages, a group which also includes Even, Negidal, and Oroqen language. It is spoken by the Evenks in Russia and China.

The Evenki language varies considerably among its dialects, which are divided into three large groups: the northern, the southern and the eastern dialects. A written language was created for Evenkis in the Soviet Union in 1931, first using a Latin alphabet, and from 1937 a Cyrillic one. The language is generally considered endangered.