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HOCÁK ( HO-CHUNK, Winnebago, Hocak Wazijaci, Hocank, Hochank, Hochunk )

Spoken by 250 people in scattered locations in central Wisconsin and Winnebago Reservation in eastern Nebraska, USA.
Linguistic Lineage for Ho-Chunk
U.S.A.

9. Egi deshesge gikarajra wawiaje:

Hianjniwira wangregi shanagre rash hashinira
wakanjank-ningigirekjena.
10. Hungma hashinira hiraijikjawina, woshga
hashinira manegi uinekjena wangregi jasge
hinankhi shesge manegi hirekjena.
11. Hamb de-e waisgabduj harniwira
hunkuwianje ningikarajwina.
12. Egi washa woishana warniwira waigit’unawire,
washa hingishana warniwira wagit’untawira shesge.
13. Egi inke washa woishana uwahieja hunutiwinina,
eshi wowonkjega eja hingijirawige khishibwiwine.
Hungmara Ne-hashinigaja egi homashjara Ne-hashinigaja,
egi hoishagra Ne-hashinigaja manegusra, Amen.

Winnebago Scriptures: Four Gospels, Acts, Genesis, and Exodus (Chapters 19 and 20).
Translated into the Winnebago Indian Language by John Stacy, a converted Winnebago Indian, and J. Stucki, missionary among the Winnebago Indians located at Black River Falls, Wis. (1907)
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl - E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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