Native American languages
"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.
Here are links to our webpages about the Đuu˝ama tribe and language:
Mesoamerican Indian languages
Here are a few good books about the Đuu˝amas:
Behind God's Back
The Mesoamerican Indian Languages
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