|Native to||United States|
|Extinct||early 18th century|
Woccon was one of two Catawban (also known as Eastern Siouan) languages of the Eastern United States. Together with the Western Siouan languages, they formed the Siouan language family. It is attested only in a vocabulary of 143 words, printed in 1709.
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