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Karaja Indian Language (Karajá, Caraja, Chamboa)

Karaja is a Macro-Gê language of South America.
Karaja is spoken by around 2000 people in Brazil.

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˜Karaja Language Resources

La Lengua Karajá * La Lengua Xambioá:
    Karajá language information including linguistic maps of Brazil. Pages in Spanish.
House of Languages: Carajá
     Information about Carajá language usage.
Ethnologue: Karaja:
    Demographic information on the Karaja language.
Karajá Language Tree:
    Theories about Karaja's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Javaé Language Structures:
    Javaé/Caraja linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Karaja Culture and History Links

    Caraja legend about a girl who married a star.

Links, References, and Additional Information

  Os Karaja * Karajá:
  Information about the Karajas in Portuguese.

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