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Tupian Languages (Tupi-Guarani)



The Tupi-Guarani languages are spoken in the rainforests of central South America. They include:

  • Tupi-Guarani Languages
  • Guarani
  • Tupi
  • Amanaye
  • Amundava
  • Anambe
  • Apiaca
  • Arawete
  • Asurini
  • Aura
  • Ava-Canoeiro
  • Chiripa
  • Cocama
  • Emerillon
  • Guaja
  • Guajajara
  • Guarayu
  • Jorá
  • Juma
  • Kaiwa
  • Kamayura
  • Karipuna
  • Kayabi
  • Morerebi
  • Nhengatu
  • Omagua
  • Pai Tavytera
  • Parakana
  • Paranawat
  • Pauserna
  • Potiguara
  • Siriono
  • Surui do Para
  • Tapieté
  • Tapirape
  • Tembe
  • Tenharim
  • Tukumanfed
  • Tupinikin
  • Tupinamba
  • Turiwara
  • Urubu
  • Uruewawau
  • Wayampi
  • Wirafed
  • Xetá
  • Yuqui
  • Zo'e
  • Arikem Languages
  • Arikem
  • Karitiana
  • Monde Languages
  • Arua
  • Cinta Larga
  • Gavião do Jiparaná
  • Kanoe
  • Mande
  • Surui
  • Munduruku Languages
  • Kuruaya
  • Munduruku
  • Ramarama Languages
  • Karo
  • Urumi
  • Tupari Languages
  • Kepkiriwat
  • Makurap
  • Sakirabia
  • Tupari
  • Wayoro
  • Yuruna Languages
  • Juruna
  • Maritsaua
  • Xipaya
  • Aweti
  • Purubora
  • Satere-Mawe


  • Tupian Vocabulary:
         Words in various Tupian languages.
    Tupi-Guarani Languages:
         Overview of the Tupi language family, with details about some languages.



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