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Tucanoan Language Family

The Tucanoan languages are spoken in the northern part of South America.

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The Tucanoan languages include:

  • Eastern Tucanoan Languages
  • East-Central Tucanoan Languages
  • Bara Languages
  • Bara
  • Tuyuca
  • Waimaha
  • Juruti
  • Desano Languages
  • Desano
  • Siriano
  • Southeastern Tucanoan Languages
  • Barasana
  • Macuna
  • Tatuyo Languages
  • Carapana
  • Tatuyo
  • Northeastern Tucanoan Languages
  • Arapaso
  • Guanano
  • Piratapuyo
  • Tucano
  • Western Tucanoan Languages
  • Northwestern Tucanoan Languages
  • Siona-Secoya Langauges
  • Macaguaje
  • Secoya
  • Siona
  • Coreguaje
  • Tama
  • Tetete
  • Orejon
  • Retuar√£
  • Yahuna
  • Cubeo
  • Miriti
  • Native Languages

    Our Tucanoan Language Features

    Tucanoan Vocabulary:
         Comparison of words in various Tucanoan languages.

    Links to Other Tucanoan Language Resources

    Tucanoan Language Family:
         Ethnologue of Tucanoan languages.
    Tucanoan Languages:
         Wikipedia entry about the Tucanoan language family.

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