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Kutenays (Kutanis), North American aborigines of British Columbia, about the northern fork of the Columbia river, and thence southwards along the Kootenay river, named from them; speak a stock language unrelated to any other in North America; chief divisions, Upper Kutenay. Lower Kutenay (Akoklako), Klanoh-Klatklam (Flathead Kutenay), Yaketahnoklatakmakanay; are at present (1893) reduced to less than 1,000 souls, of whom 425 are in the Flathead Agency, Montana, and 540 at Kutenay Agency, British Columbia.