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Cayapa Indian Language (Cha'palaachi, Chachi, Chachilla)

Cayapa is a Barbacoan language of South America, spoken by about 7000 people in northern Ecuador. Cayapa is a case-marking language with SOV word order.

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Cayapa Language Resources

Cayapa Vocabulary:
    Our list of vocabulary words in the Cayapa language.
Cayapa Pronunciation Guide:
    How to pronounce Cayapa words.
Cayapa Numbers:
    Learn how to count in the Cayapa language.
Chachi Language * Chachi Phonology * Chachi Grammar * Chachi Text * Chachi Bible Translation:
    Scanned-in Chachi (Cayapa) language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Cha'palaachi Alphabet:
    Phonological inventory of Cayapa, with a sample text.
Human Rights: Cha'paala:
    Translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into Cayapa.
Language Museum: Chachi:
    Bible passage in Cayapa.
Lengua Kayapa:
    Brief Cayapa language information in Spanish.
House of Languages: Chachí
     Information about Chachi language usage.
Ethnologue: Cayapa:
    Demographic information on the Cayapa language.
Cha'palaachi Language Tree:
    Theories about Cha'palaachi's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Cayapa Language Structures:
    Cha'palaachi linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Cayapa Culture and History

Indigenous Groups of Ecuador:
    Map showing where in South America the Chachi (Cayapa) people live.
Chachi/Cayapa people:
    Encyclopedia articles on the Cayapa Indians.
Los Cayapa * Cayapas * Los Cayapa: * Etnia Chachi:
    Information about the Cayapa tribe in Spanish.

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Links, References, and Additional Information

   Wikipedia: Cha'palaachi:
   Encyclopedia articles on the Cha'palaachi language.

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