ISO 639-3: win
||11 (2004), decreasing. 230 reported in 1997 (1997 V. Zeps). Ethnic population: 6,000 (1995 V. Zeps). 822 enrolled in Nebraska (1968 BIA).
||Central Wisconsin scattered; eastern Nebraska, Winnebago Reservation.
Northern Central United States of America
||Hocák, Hocak Wazijaci, Hocank, Hochank, Winnebago
||Siouan, Siouan Proper, Central, Mississippi Valley, Winnebago
||Mainly older adults. Also use English.
||Plans are for full-immersion in Hocák school system, preschool through community college. Bible portions: 1907.
||The name is written with a hook under the ‘a’ of ‘Hocák’, representing a nasalized vowel. The official name for the people is Hocák Nation. ‘Winnebago’ is the Algonquin name. Nearly extinct.