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Cuaiquer Indian Language (Awa Pit, Awa-Cuaiquer)

Cuaiquer is a Barbacoan language of South America, spoken by about 2000 people in southwestern Colombia and northern Ecuador. Cuaiquer is a case-marking language with SOV word order.

Cuaiquer Language Resources

Cuaiquer Vocabulary:
    Our list of vocabulary words in the Cuaiquer language.
Cuaiquer Pronunciation Guide:
    How to pronounce Cuaiquer words.
Cuaiquer Numbers:
    Learn how to count in the Cuaiquer language.
Lengua Aw pit:
    Overview of the Cuaiquer language including a phonological inventory. Page in Spanish.
Human Rights: Awapit:
    Translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into the Cuaiquer language.
Lengua Koaiker:
    Brief Awa-Cuaiquer language information in Spanish.
House of Languages: Awapit
     Information about Awa-Cuaiquer language usage.
Ethnologue: Cuaiquer:
    Demographic information on the Cuaiquer language.
Wikipedia: Awa-Cuaiquer:
    Encyclopedia article on the Awa-Cuaiquer language.
Awa-Cuaiquer Language Tree:
    Theories about Cuaiquer's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Cuaiquer Language Structures:
    Cuaiquer linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Cuaiquer Culture and History

Aw Kwaiker Culture:
    History and traditions of the Cuaiquer tribe.
The Awa: Colombia's tribal people:
    Article on the culture of the Awa Indians.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Awa:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Awa-Kwaikers.
  Los indios awa * Los Awa-Cuaiquer:
  Information about the Cuaiquer tribe in Spanish.



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