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Guarijio (Varihio, Huarijio, Warihio)

Guarijio is a Uto-Aztecan language of northern Mexico.
Guarijio is spoken by about 5000 people in Sonora.

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Guarijio Language Resources

Guarijio Vocabulary
     Our list of vocabulary words in the Guarijio language, with comparison to words in other Uto-Aztecan languages.
Nawesari Makwrawi:
    Words and sentences in the Guarijio language.
Guarijio Language
     Brief profile and a few sentences in Guarijo. Page in Spanish.
Chihuahueno Prayers:
    Guarijio translation of the Lord's Prayer.
Mexican Language Map
     Map showing the location of indigenous language speakers in Mexico, including Huarijio.
     Demographic information about the Guarihio language from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Warijiyo Language Tree:
    Theories about Guarijio's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Guarijío Language Structures:
    Guarijio linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Books for sale on the Guarijios

Guarijo gramatica, textos y vocabulario
     Guarijio language book for sale online. Written in Spanish.
The Guarijios of the Sierra Madre: Hidden People of Northwestern Mexico
     Anthropology book on the Varihio Indian tribe.

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Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Huarijio:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Huarijio language.
  Etnia Makurawe/Guarijio * Idioma Guarijio * Guarijios * Los Guarijíos:
  Information about the Guarijios and their language in Spanish.

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