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Lule Indian Language (Lule-Lule)
Lule is an indigenous language of Argentina, still spoken today by only a handful of elders.
Some linguists consider Lule to be a language isolate unrelated to any other living language,
but other linguists have linked it with another Argentinian language,
Vilela, into a small
Lule-Vilela language family.
Our list of vocabulary words in the Lule language.
La Lengua Lule:
Information on Lule including a linguistic map of South America. Page in Spanish.
Lule Language Tree:
Theories about Lule's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Lule Language Structures:
Lule linguistic profile and academic bibliography.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Lule:
History of the Lule Indians from a 1910 missionary perspective (be prepared for some biases.)
Links, References, and Additional Information
Encyclopedia entry on the Lule language.
Los Lule-Vilelas Lules y Vilelas:
Information about the Lules in Spanish.
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