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Cacua Indian Language (Kakwa, Kakua)
Language: Cacua is a Maku
language. Cacu is spoken by around 100 people in Colombia. It is a
tone language with
verb-final word order (SOV or OSV.)
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Cacua Language Resources
Cacua Language: Cacua Orthography: Cacua Phonology: Cacua Text:
Scanned-in Cacua language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Archive of Kakwa language recordings available for download.
Cacua translations of the Lord's Prayer and other Christian prayers.
Information on the Cacua language, including linguistic maps of Colombia. Page in Spanish.
Encyclopedia entry on the Cacua language.
House of Languages: Cacua-Nukak:
Information about Cacua language usage.
Demographic information about Cacua from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Kakua Language Tree:
Theories about Cacua's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Cacua Language Structures:
Cacua linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
The Languages of the Andes:
Linguistic information about Kakua and dozens of other languages of Colombia.
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