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Guarayu Indian Language (Guarayo)
Guarayu is a Tupi-Guarani language of South America, spoken by around
5000 people in Bolivia. It has SOV word order.
Guarayu is not the same as the Guarani dialect known as "Guarayo,"
even though the two names are sometimes spelled the same. "Guarayu" just means "enemy" and was used to refer to several different groups
of Bolivia and Paraguay.
Scanned-in Guarayu language texts from the Rosetta Project.
Translation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights into Guarayo.
Guarayu Genesis Translation Lord's Prayer in Guarayu Language Museum: Guarayu:
Translations of Bible passages and Christian prayers into Guarayu.
Language Museum: Guarayu:
Translation of a Bible passage into Guarayu.
La Lengua Guarayú:
Guarayu language information including linguistic maps of Bolivia and Paraguay. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Guarayo:
Information about Guarayo language usage.
Demographic information on Guarayu from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Guarayú Language Tree:
Theories about Guarayu's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
A Divided World: Guarayu Social Structure:
Anthropology book on the worldview of the Guarayu Indians..
Native American Indian Books:
Evolving list of books about Native Americans in general.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Information about the Guarayus in Spanish.
Encyclopedia articles about Guayaru and other Tupi-Guarani languages.
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