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"Catsi" is an alternate name for the Bribri tribe of Costa Rica.
It comes from the native name of an important Bribri village in Costa Rica.
The name Amubre-Catsi is also used to refer to the dialect
of the Bribri language spoken in this part of Costa Rica.
Here are links to our webpages about the Catsi tribe and language:
Costa Rica Indians
Chibchan language family
Central American myths
Here are a few good books about the Catsis:
Notes on the Bribri of Costa Rica
The Languages of the Andes
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