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Culino Indian Language

Culino is an extinct Pano-Tacanan language of South America. It is often called Kulina Pano to distinguish it from the unrelated language Kulina Madihá, which is an Arauan language.
Culino was once spoken in Brazil. It had SOV word order.

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Culino Language Resources

Culina Words:
    Short wordlist from the early 20th century.
La Lengua Kulino:
    Information on the Kulino language in Spanish.
Culino Language:
    Demographic information on Culino from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Kulino Language Tree:
    Theories about Culino's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Wikipedia: Panoan:
Encyclopedia articles about the Panoan languages, including Culino.



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