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Đuu˝ama (Nuunama)

"Đuu˝ama" is an alternate name for the Amuzgo tribe, a Native American culture of Mexico. The word Đuu˝ama came from the tribe's name in the language of their Mixtec neighbors, and it means "corn husk people" in their language.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Đuu˝ama tribe and language:

 Đuu˝ama language
 Amuzgo culture
 Mexican indigenous
 Oto-Manguean
 Mesoamerican Indian languages

Here are a few good books about the Đuu˝amas:
 Behind God's Back
 Amuzgo-Spanish Dictionary
 The Mesoamerican Indian Languages



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