Pipil is a language spoken in El Salvador. There's not many speakers nowadays, but revitalisation efforts are happening, including the beautifully named language nests...
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- Pipil language - Wikipedia
- Courses for Pipil - Tushik
- Revitalising Te Reo Māori – a language activist reflects on how far we have come
- Language Nest Program - First Peoples' Cultural Council
- Language Nests and Language Acquisition: An Empirical Analysis - a dissertation by Eve K. Okura
- Language Nest Handbook Online Companion Toolkit - First Peoples' Cultural Council
- Pipil - The Endangered Languages Project