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Pano-Tacanan Language Family



Pano-Tacanan languages are spoken in the rainforests east of the Andes in Peru, Brazil and Bolivia. They include:

  • Panoan Languages
  • Yaminawa-Cashinawa Languages
  • Amahuaca
  • Cashinahua
  • Chitonahua
  • Mastanahua
  • Moronahua
  • Sharanahua
  • Yaminahua
  • Yawanahua
  • Yoranahua
  • Chacoboan Languages
  • Atsahuaca
  • Chacobo
  • Katukina
  • Shanenawa
  • Pacahuara
  • Capanawa-Shipibo Languages
  • Capanahua
  • Isconahua
  • Marubo
  • Panobo
  • Remo
  • Sensi
  • Shipibo-Conibo
  • Cashiboan Languages
  • Cashibo-Cacataibo
  • Nokaman
  • Mayoruna Languages
  • Matis
  • Matses
  • Pisabo
  • Culino
  • Karipuna
  • Kaxarari
  • Nukuini
  • Poyanawa
  • Tutxinawa
  • Tacanan Languages
  • Araona-Tacana Languages
  • Araona
  • Cavinena
  • Tacana Languages
  • Reyesano
  • Tacana
  • Toromona
  • Huarayo (Ese'ejja)
  • Native Languages

    Panoan Language Resources

    Pano-Tacanan Vocabulary:
         Words in various Panoan and Tacanan languages.
    Panoan Language Family:
         Ethnologue of Panoan languages.
    Tacanan Language Family:
         Ethnologue of Tacanan languages.
    Pano-Tacanan:
         Wikipedia article on the Pano-Tacanan language family.
    Panoan:
         Wikipedia article on the Panoan language subfamily.




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