There was a temptation to make one of the four languages called Lele the language of this week (spoken in Chad, PNG, Guinea, and DRC), but when Lakhota language came up with 89,000 hits, it was too tempting.
There’s a huge amount of information about Lakhota on the web. Here’s a sampling.
- A dialect map of varieties of Lakhota, Nakhota and Dakhota
- A site listing major Lakhota language resources.
- A second listing of Lakota resources from nativelanguages.org
- An online bibliography (last updated 2001, but containing 632 items nonetheless)
- The home page of the Lakota Language Consortium (“revitalising Lakota, one child at a time”)
- Jan Ullrich’s Lakota page, including some grammar drills, and texts with mp3 linked audio.
- An article by Willem de Reuse on One Hundred Years of Lakota Linguistics (Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics).