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Kaiwa Indian Language (Caiwa, Caiua, Pany, Tewi)

Kaiwa is a Tupi-Guarani language of South America.
It is spoken by around 18,000 people in Brazil and Argentina.

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Kaiwa Language Resources

Languages of Southern Brazil: * Argentina and Chile:
    Maps showing where in South America the Kaiwa language is spoken.
Language Museum: Kaiwa:
    Translation of a Bible passage into Kaiwa.
La Lengua Pai-Tavytera:
    Information on the Cayuá and Pai-Tavytera languages, including a linguistic map of Paraguay. Page in Spanish.
Kaiwá Language:
    Demographic information on Kaiwa from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Kaingwá Language Tree:
    Theories about Kaiwa's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Kaiwá Language Structures:
    Kaiwa linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Kaiwa Culture and History Links

Cayua Culture:
    Article on the Kaiwa Indian lifestyle.
Tribes of Southern Brazil:
    Map showing where the Kaiwa people live in Brazil.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Kaiwá:
  Encyclopedia articles on the Kaiwa people and their language.
  Indios Kaiowa * Los Pai Tavytera * Los Cayua * Los Paí Tavyterás * Idioma Kaiwá:
  Information about the Kaiwas and their language in Spanish.

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