ISO 639-3: wya
||24. US Census (2000) counts those who use it in the home. Ethnic population: 3,200 (1997 B. Pearson).
||Wendat, Wyandotte, Wyendat
||Iroquoian, Northern Iroquoian, Huron
||Wyandot spoken until quite recently near Sandwich, Ontario, and Wyandotte, Oklahoma with 2 older adult speakers in 1961. Huron was last spoken at Lorette, near Quebec City, in the early 20th century. Interest in language revival.
||Being taught to children in school (1999). Dictionary.