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Ukarăngmă (U-kara-ngmă)

"Ukarăngmă" is an alternate name for the Arara do Para tribe of Brazil. It is the tribe's name for themselves in their own language. It means "red macaw people," and their Portuguese name, Arara, is a translation of the word "macaw."

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

 Ukarăngmă language
 Arara words
 Cariban languages
 Brazilian tribes
 Amazon rainforest people

Here are a few good books about the Ukarăngmăs:
 Languages of the Amazon



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