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Guahibo Indian Language (Sicuani, Sikuani, Hiwi, Jiwi)
Guahibo is a
Guahiboan language of South America, spoken by around
30,000 people in Colombia and Venezuela.
Guahibo Language Guahibo Phonology Guahibo Vowels Guahibo Orthography Guahibo Text Lengua Guahibo:
Scanned-in Guahibo language texts from the Rosetta Project.
Guahibo Genesis Translation Guahibo Bible The Lord's Prayer in Guahibo Language Museum: Guahibo:
Translations of Bible passages and Christian prayers into Guahibo.
La Lengua Wahivo:
Guahibo language information including linguistic maps of Colombia and Venezuela. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Sikuani/Guahibo Macaguan Playero:
Information about Guahibo language usage.
Demographic information on the Guahibo language.
Guajibo Language Tree:
Theories about Guahibo's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Guahibo Language Structures:
Guahibo linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Encyclopedia articles on the Guahibo language.
Orinoco Online: Hiwi:
Culture and traditions of the Guahibo, with photographs of Guahibo artifacts.
Articles on the history, culture, and traditional religion of the Guahibo tribe and their neighbors.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Guahibo Guajibo People:
Encyclopedia articles on the Guahibos and their language.
Los Guahibo Grupo Indígena Guahibo Pueblo Guahibo:
Information about the Guahibos in Spanish.
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