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Deni Indian Language (Dani, Dení)

Deni is an Arawan language of South America, spoken by around 150 people in Brazil.
They are also known as the Dení, Danim or Inauini.


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Deni Language Resources

Ethnologue: Dení:
    Demographic information on the Deni language.
La Lengua Deni:
    Deni language information including linguistic maps of Brazil. Page in Spanish.
Deni Language Tree:
    Theories about Deni's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Deni Language Structures:
    Deni linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Wikipedia: Deni:
    Encyclopedia entry on the Deni language.

Deni Culture and History

Indigenous Peoples of Brazil: Deni:
    Online ethnography of the Deni people.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Os Deni: * Povo Deni:
Information about the Deni in Portuguese.



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