Camaracoto is a Cariban language of South America,
spoken by 800 people in Venezuela and Brazil.
Camaracoto is an agglutinative language with complex verb morphology.
Word order is OVS. Camaracoto is closely related to the
Pemon dialects and is considered another dialect of Pemon
by some linguists.
In their own language, the Camaracoto people call themselves Pemon, which just means "people."
Variants of the same name are used by several different Carib tribes in this region, so the people also use the name
Camaracoto to refer to their group specifically.