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Huachipaeri Language (Wachipairi)
Huachipaeri is a Harakmbet
language of South America. Huachipaeri is spoken by 200 people in Peru.
There are four Huachipaeri dialects, known as Huachipaeri, Arasaeri, Sapiteri,
Huachipaeri is closely related to the Amarakaeri
language, and some linguists consider them to be dialects of the same language as well.
The word order is verb-final
Our list of vocabulary words in the Huachipaeri language, with comparison to words in other Harakmbet languages.
La Lengua Huachipaeri:
Information on the Huachipaeri language including linguistic maps of Peru. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Harakmbut:
Information about Amarakaeri and Huachipaeri language usage.
Demographic information on Huachipaeri from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Huachipaeri Language Tree:
Theories about Huachipaeri's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
The story of the Wanamay Cultural Center, founded by Huachipaeri elder Alejandro Jahuanchi.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Wikipedia: Huachipaeri Britannica: Tuyoneiri/Arasairi/Huachipairi:
Encyclopedia articles on the Huachipaeri language.
Huachipaeri del Manu Los Huachipaeri Cosmovisión de los Huachipaeris:
Information about the Huachipaeris in Spanish.
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