• Language: Choctaw
  • Alternate names:
  • Language code: cho
  • Language family: Muskogean, Western Muskogean (SIL classification)
  • Number of speakers: 9,000-11,000
  • Vulnerability: Vulnerable
  • Script: Latin script.

More information:

    The Houma are 12,000 racially mixed descendants of a Choctaw subgroup in southern Louisiana who speak a dialect of Cajun French (See: [[French, Cajun]]), and no longer speak Choctaw.

    Choctaw is spoken in USA, North America.