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Chorote Indian Language (Choroti, Manjui)
Chorote is a Matacoan language of South America, spoken by around 2000 people in
Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay. The language's two dialects, Iyojwa'ja and Iyo'wujwa, are fairly distinct from each other and some linguists consider
them separate languages.
Indigenous People of Argentina and Chile:
Map showing where in South America the Chorote language is spoken.
Iyojwa'ja Chorote (Eklenhui) Iyo'wujwa Chorote (Manhui):
Wikipedia articles on the two Chorote dialects.
La Lengua Chorote:
Chorote language information including linguistic maps of Bolivia and Paraguay. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Chorote:
Information about Chorote language usage.
Iyojwa'ja Chorote Iyo'wujwa Chorote:
Demographic information on Chorote from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Chorote Language Tree:
Theories about Choroti's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Chorote Language Structures:
Chorote linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Articles on the Chorote Indians and their way of life.
Tattooing in the Gran Chaco of South America :
Article on the tattoo traditions of the tribes of the Gran Chaco, with pictures.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Los Chorotes Pueblo Chorote:
Information about the Chorote tribe in Spanish.
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