Fonts and Markings

Some letters on this site utilize a special font for traditional characters first used by missionaries and historians documenting Dak’ota language. These characters are unicode UTF8. The most common browsers that have trouble seeing these fonts are android and IOS. These unicode characters may be supported eventually in future updates.

In the meantime, you will notice when possible redundant renderings of the Dak’ota word will use an apostrophe in lieu of the traditional character. This is how Dak’ota has been written by various speakers and teachers when the traditional characters have been unavailable.