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Koasati is a Native American language of Muskogean origin. The language is spoken by the Coushatta people, most of whom live in Allen Parish north of the town of Elton, Louisiana, though a smaller number share a reservation near Livingston, Texas with the Alabama people. It is estimated the number of speakers of the language is around 400 people, of whom approximately 350 live in Louisiana.
Koasati is most closely related to the Alabama language, but though the Coushatta and Alabama have historically lived near each other, their languages are no longer mutually intelligible without extensive exposure. The language is also related to the Mikasuki language; some native speakers of Coushatta report they can understand Mikasuki without previous exposure to the language.
One notable feature of the language is that men and women use slightly different grammatical forms of verbs. Muskogean verbal roots are often discontinuous.
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