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Maco Indian Language (Mako, Itoto)

Maco is a Salivan language of South America. Maco is spoken by around 2,000 people in Venezuela. The tribe is also known as the Wirö, Mako, Itoto, Jojod, or Wotuja.

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Maco Language Resources

Ethnologue: Maco:
    Demographic information on the Maco language.
Lengua Piaroa-Mako:
    Maco language information including linguistic maps of Colombia and Venezuela. Page in Spanish.
Wirö:
    Brief Wikipedia article about the Maco language.
Maco Language Tree:
    Theories about Maco's language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Maco Language Structures:
    Maco linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Grupo Indigena Piaroa-Maco:
Information about the Macos in Spanish.



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