Jirajaran Language Family (Hiraharan)
The Jirajaran or Jirajara languages were spoken in western Venezuela.
They bear a slight resemblance to the larger
language family, and may have been distantly related to them.
None are still spoken today, as the last speakers died in the early 1900's.
Jirajaran languages include:
Our Jirajaran Language Features
Comparison of words in various Jirajaran languages.
Links to Other Jirajaran Language Resources
Jiraharan Language Family:
Database of Jirajaran language relationships compiled by LinguistList.
Wikipedia entry about the Jirajaran language family.
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