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Coyaima Indian Language (Tupe)

Coyaima is an extinct Cariban language of South America. It was probably most closely related to Yukpa and may even have been a Yukpa dialect. Coyaima was once spoken in Colombia. Few records of the language remain; the Coyaima people speak Spanish today.

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Coyaima Language Resources

Ethnologue: Coyaima:
    Demographic information on the Coyaima language.
Koyaima Language Tree:
    Theories about Coyaima's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
La Lengua Koyaima:
    Coyaima language information in Spanish.

Coyaima Culture and History Links

El Pueblo Pijao/Coyaima:
    Information about the Coyaimas in Spanish.

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