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Chulupi Indian Language (Nivacle)

Chulupi is a Matacoan language of South America.
Chulupi is spoken by around 12,000 people in Paraguay and Argentina.

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Chulupi Language Resources

Language Museum: Chulupi:
    Translation of Bible passages into Chulupi.
Nivaclé Prayers * Language Museum: Chulupí:
    Translations of the Lord's Prayer and other Christian prayers into Chulupi.
La Lengua Chulupí:
    Chulupi language information including linguistic maps of Bolivia and Paraguay. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Nivaclé:
    Information about Nivacle language usage.
Chulupi Language:
    Demographic information on Chulupi from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Nivaclé Language Tree:
    Theories about Nivacle's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Chulupí Language Structures:
    Chulupi linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Wikipedia: Nivaclé:
Encyclopedia articles on the Nivaclé language.
Lengua Nivaclé * Los Chulupís:
Information about the Nivaclés in Spanish.



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