The Tonkawa language was spoken in Oklahoma, Texas, and New Mexico by the Tonkawa people. A language isolate, with no known related languages, Tonkawa is now extinct. Members of the Tonkawa tribe now speak English.
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... The following text is the first four sentences of Coyote and Jackrabbit, from Hoijer's Tonkawa Texts ... ha·csokonayla ha·nanoklaknoˀo xamˀalˀa·yˀik ...
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