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Omaha-Ponca Indian Language (Cegiha, Dhegiha)
Omaha-Ponca is a Siouan language of the Great Plains, spoken
today by about 100 Ponca and Omaha people in Nebraska and Oklahoma. Most speakers are elders, but some young Omahas and Poncas are working to
keep their ancestral language alive.
˜ Omaha-Ponca Language Omaha-Ponca language samples and resources.
˜ Omaha Tribe Culture and History Information and links about the Omaha Indians past and present.
˜ Ponca Tribe Culture and History Information and links about the Ponca Indians past and present.
˜ Omaha Indian Legends Introduction to Omaha mythology.
˜ Omaha Indians Fact Sheet Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Omahas, their language and culture.
˜ Ponca Indians Fact Sheet Our answers to frequently asked questions about the Poncas, their language and culture.
Our Omaha-Ponca Language Materials
Our list of vocabulary words in the Omaha-Ponca language, with comparison to words in other Siouan languages.
Omaha-Ponca Language Lessons and Linguistic Descriptions
Excellent information on the Omaha-Ponca language presented by Siouan linguist John Koontz.
Omaha language classes keep culture alive
Article on language preservation in the Omaha tribe.
Chart of place names in Omaha-Ponca and Lakota-Dakota.
Hello Oklahoma: Ponca Tribe:
Ponca language greeting, alphabet, and text.
Language Museum: Omaha-Ponca:
Omaha language sample.
Demographic information about Omaha-Ponca from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Omaha-Ponca Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources
The Cegiha Language (Omaha and Ponka) Omaha and Ponca Letters
Collections of annotated Omaha-Ponca texts for sale online.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Ponca Language:
Encyclopedia article on the Omaha-Ponca language.
La Lengua Omaha:
Information about the Omaha language in Spanish.
Omaha Ponca Omaha Indians Ponca Indians:
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