Omaha-Ponca language

Omaha-Ponca language

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region=Nebraska and Oklahoma
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Omaha-Ponca is a Siouan language spoken by the Ponca and Omaha people of Nebraska and the Ponca people of Oklahoma. There are today only 60 speakers of Omaha, and 25 fluent speakers, all over 60, and a handful of semi-fluent speakers of Ponca.

According to the Ethnologue: "Ponca and Omaha are completely inherently intelligible to each other's speakers". They classifies them together as Omaha-Ponca

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