Hocąk is an alternative way to write Ho-Chunk with the Cyrillic alphabet devised by Ruslan Safarov. Ho-Chunk, which is also known as Winnebago, is a Siouan language spoken in Wisconsin, Nebraska and Iowa in the USA. Ruslan believes that Ho-Chunk is easier to read when written with the Cyrillic alphabet as you do not need to think about the different sounds that familiar Latin letters represent.
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