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Huetar Indian Language
Huetar is an extinct Chibchan language.
It was closely related to
Maleku Jaika and some linguists consider
it to be a dialect of Maleku.
Huetar was once spoken in Costa Rica and Panama.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Huetar language, with comparison to words in other Chibchan languages.
House of Languages: Huetar:
Information about Guetar language usage.
Guatuso-Guetar Language Tree:
Theories about Guetar's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
La Lengua Watuso-Wetar
Information on the Guatuso and Huetar languages in Spanish.
Estructura y tematica narrativas en la tradicion oral huetar:
Linguistics etext for sale on the Huetar language. Text in Spanish.
Cultures of Costa Rica
Map showing the location of the Huetar and other indigenous Costa Rican tribes.
Profile of the Heutar tribe.
Photographs of Huetar artifacts.
mtDNA variation in the Chibcha Amerindian Huetar from Costa Rica:
Ebook about Huetar genetics.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Línea Vieja-Huetar Los Huetares Huetares del norte: Idioma Huetar:
Information about the Huetar Indians and their language in Spanish.
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