Vocabulary Words in Native American Languages: Caquetio
The Caquetio language is nearly unattested.
It is believed to have been an Arawakan language,
related to living languages like Guajiro and Arawak.
Here is a wordlist recorded in 1882 by Alphonse Pinart:
Nouns, verbs and sentences.
bāru xantu uōu: to ask for something to eat
danshikki, danshēbu: tack, pouch
datiē!: be gone!
kāfa: devil, wicked spirit
kanla (?kaula): thing, object
kantie baulēte!: give me to eat!
xaba dōboxedan guayete!: sit down!
xida mēo!: good morning!
xomoi: phantom, hobgoblin
xute kontābo?: how do you do?
totumba, waidānga: water-gourd.