Arapaho language

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Arapaho
Hinóno'eitíít
Native to United States
Region The Wind River Reservation, Wyoming; Oklahoma
Native speakers ~1,000  (date missing)
Language family
Language codes
ISO 639-2 arp
ISO 639-3 arp

The Arapaho language (also Arapahoe) is a Plains Algonquian language (an areal rather than genetic grouping) spoken by elders in Wyoming. It is now spoken very little, and is in danger of becoming extinct.