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The Winnebago language is the language of the Ho-Chunk (or Winnebago) tribe of Native Americans in the United States. The language is part of the Siouan language family, and is closely related to the languages of the Iowa, Missouri, and Oto. The language can be written using the "Pa-Pe-Pi-Po" syllabics, although as of 1994 the official orthography of the Ho-Chunk Nation is an adaptation of the Roman alphabet. Although the language is highly endangered, there are currently vigorous efforts underway to keep it alive, primarily through the Hocąk Wazija Haci Language Division.
Winnebago currently has approximately 230 native speakers.
The current official alphabet derives from an Americanist version of the International Phonetic Alphabet. As such its letters broadly resemble the graphemes of IPA, and there is a close one-to-one correspondence between graphemes and phonemes.