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Huarayo Indian Language (Ese'ejja)

Huarayo is a Tacanan language of South America.
Huarayo is spoken by 1,500 people in Bolivia and Peru. Word order is primarily SOV.

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Huarayo Language Resources

Huarayo Words:
    Our list of vocabulary words in the Huarayo language, with comparison to words in other Pano-Tacanan languages.
Huarayo Animal Words:
     Illustrated glossary of animal words in the Huarayo language.
Ese Ejja Language * Ese Ejja Bible Translation:
    Scanned-in Huarayo language materials from the Rosetta Project.
Ese Eja Prayer:
    Christian prayers translated into Huarayo.
La Lengua Ese'eha (Warayo):
    Information on Huarayo including linguistic maps of Bolivia and South America. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Ese Ejja:
    Information about Ese'Ejja language usage.
Ese Ejja Language:
    Demographic information on Huarayo from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Ese'jja Language Tree:
    Theories about Huarayo's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Ese Ejja Language Structures:
    Ese Ejja linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Huarayo Culture and History Links

Huarayo Culture:
    Article on the history and traditions of the Huarayo tribe.
The meanings of kinship among the Ese Ejja of northern Bolivia:
    Anthropological article on the Huarayo tribe.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Eseejja:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Ese'ejja language.
  Los Eseejja (Huarayo) * Pueblo Ese Ejja * Los Ese'Ejja * Idioma Ese'eha: * Los Ese'ejja:
  Information about the Huarayos in Spanish.



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