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Izoceño-Guaraní (Izoceno)

"Izoceño" is the name of one of the Guarani subgroups of Bolivia and their dialect of the Guarayo or Chiriguano Guarani language. Their tribal name comes from the indigenous name of a river that runs through their territory, Izozog. However the Izoceño people most often simply call themselves Ava which means "people" in their language.

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