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Ingariko (Ingarikó)

"Ingariko" is an alternate name for the Akawaio, Pemon, and other Carib-speaking people of Guyana and northern Brazil. This name comes from their Macushi neighbors and means "mountain people."

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 Akawaio language
 Pemon language
 South American mythology
 Languages of Brazil
 Amazon rainforest tribes
 South American Indian civilization
 Cariban language family



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