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Come Masa (Comemasa, Cme-Mas, Come Masas)

"Come Masa" is an alternate name for the Barasana tribe of Colombia. It comes from the native name of one of the tribal clans, and means "people of Comea." Comea is a placename from Barasana mythology, which which the Come Masa are associated.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Come Masa tribe and language:

 The Tucanoan language family
 Language of Colombia
 South America native

Here are a few good books about the Come Masas:
 Barasano Syntax: Studies in the Languages of Colombia
 The Fish People: Linguistic Exogamy and Tukanoan Identity in Northwest Amazonia
 The Amazonian Languages

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