The Pyramid Lake Reservation is about an hour’s drive northeast of Reno, Ne- vada. As such, it lies close to the major isogloss boundary that separates Oregon Northern Paiute (including Bannock) from Nevada Northern Paiute (Paviotso). The lake, a remnant of ancient Lake Lahontan, is home to the endemic Lahontan cutthroat trout, known locally as kuiyui, and is a popular fishery.
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Thornes, Tim. (2020). "Kuiyuidɨkadɨ (Pyramid Lake Reservation, Nevada)". International Journal of American Linguistics, 86(S1), S147-S150.
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