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Somebody replaced the language name "Tsuut'ina" with "Sarsi" on my contribution here. Sarsi (also spelled Sarcee) is a well-known name for the Tsuut'ina language, (and even the three-letter ISO code, SRS, is based on that name), but since Tsuut'ina (being the name that the people actually call themselves) is the preferred name for this language nowdays and because Wikipedia uses this name for the language's article there (w:Tsuut'ina language), I thought that name was more appropriate and I think I'll change it back. As far as I can tell, this is the first Wiktionary entry for this language, so I don't have any other examples to compare it to. Any comments or objections? Thx :D Jonathan W 20:03, 6 December 2008 (UTC)