Deg Xinag (also Deg Hit'an; formerly known by the pejorative Ingalik) is the Athabascan language of Shageluk and Anvik and of the Athabascans at Holy Cross below Grayling on the lower Yukon River. Of a total population of about 275 Deg Hit'an people, about 40 speak the language.
A collection of traditional folk tales by elder Belle Deacon was published in 1987, and a literacy manual was published in 1993.
- ANLC Deg Xinag Publications
- Deg xiqi xinatr'ditlghusr (Conversational Deg Xinag)
- Some common expressions in Deg Xinag and other languages