Mingo is a dialect of Seneca spoken by a tribe of Seneca who left the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois confederacy) and settled in the West Virginia area. Mingo is nearly extinct now, though some in the community are trying to revive it. Though Mingo and Seneca are mutually comprehensible, political distinctions have caused many to view them as separate languages rather than merely dialects. The Mingo call their own language Ökwe'öwé, Unötawa'ká', or Unyääsháôt.
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