The work is devoted to the Syntax of Determiners in XÏmt'a?a. The book provides basic descriptions and explanations of determiners of the language within the theory of the Minimalist Program. It deals with general remarks of the people, language, motivation, method and significance. It also accounts on conceptual and theoretical framework of the Minimalist Program in general and Determiners in particular. XÏmt'a?a Determiner constituents are described. These constituents includearticles. Definiteness is gender sensitive. It is expressed by the suffixes /-d/ and /-šän/ for masculine and feminine, respectively. However, indefiniteness is not marked. Pronouns are personal, demonstrative and interrogative. Genitives are grouped into source, purposive, instrumental, possessive and temporal. Quantifiers are classified as definite and indefinite. Finally it attempts to look at the syntax of determiners in this language. Based on the analysis, the head of XÏmt'a?a NP is assumed to be a determiner. This book helps everyone who engaged in descriptive and theoretical language research, pedagogical researchers for preparing educational materials, students of Linguistics, etc.