Biloxi (Tanêksąyaa ade)
Biloxi is an extinct Siouan language once spoken in parts of Mississippi,
Louisiana and Texas. The last native speaker of Biloxi, Emma Jackson, died
in 1934, however since then efforts have been made to revive the language.
Biloxi alphabet and pronunciation
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Yaxkica daha xyeni nkįxtu ko įkcatu ni.
Although you have forgotten us, we have not forgotten you.
Alphabet and sample text supplied by Michael Peter Füstumum
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