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Chipaya Indian Language
Chipaya is an Uru-Chipayan language of South America.
It should not be confused with the extinct Brazilian language Xipaya, which is
sometimes also spelled "Chipaya" but is an unrelated Tupian language. Chipaya is spoken by around 1500 people in
Bolivia, and has SOV word order.
Chipaya Language Chipaya Phonology:
Scanned-in Chipaya language texts from the Rosetta Project.
Chipaya Genesis Translation Language Museum: Chipaya:
Translations of Bible passages into Chipaya.
La Lengua Chipaya:
Chipaya language information including a linguistic map of Bolivia. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Chipaya Yuracare:
Information about Chipaya language usage.
Archive of Chipaya language recordings available for download.
Ethnologue: Chipaya Language:
Demographic information on the Chipaya language.
Chipaya Language Tree:
Theories about Chipaya's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Article about the Chipaya language in Spanish.
Los Chipaya Los Chipayas:
Information about the Chipayas in Spanish.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Chipaya: Britannica: Chipaya:
Encyclopedia articles on the Chipaya language.
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